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Creating NuGet packages for C# libraries

A few weeks ago I published my first C# NuGet package. The package is a RSS and ATOM FeedReader library that I developed, because existing libraries had issues with encodings, different languages or others. In this blog post, I will quickly describe how to create a NuGet package for a C# library.

The first thing to do is to install nuget.exe. This can be done by downloading the nuget.exe from nuget.org or by using chocolatey. I already blogged about how to use chocolatey (Chocolatey – Package management for Windows) and we will reuse that for the nuget install.

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Powershell package management – NuGet, Chocolatey and Co

There is a new feature available for Powershell since the release of Windows 10. It’s a (open source) package management tool called OneGet. It allows o add different package managers (NuGet, chocolatey, …) and install packages from those sources.
That’s really awesome as we know the useful apt-get or as developers in the Microsoft area – the nice NuGet Package manager. Such package management is now available for Powershell! So let’s have a look on the basic features of it and let’s start with NuGet for Powershell.

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