A while ago I set up a private NuGet Server in our company because we wanted to escape the ‘Dll-Hell’.
After happily finished setting up the server (tutorial coming soon…) I wanted to publish our first private NuGet.
Unfortunately creating your own NuGet Package was getting more difficult than I thought.
You have to download the
nuget.exe, deploy it in every project folder you wanna turn into a NuGet and run several bash commands to finally deploy your package.
This simple file is an all-in-one tool for handling all that stuff.
- Create a .bat file and copy the code below
- Deploy the file into your project folder
http://localhost:64591/nugetto the NuGet Feed you wanna push your package to
- Additionaly add the api key to that command-line
- Execute the script
nuget.exegetting downloaded and .nuspec File will be created
- Edit and save your
- Drag and drop the
.nuspecfile onto the
- The packagage will be deployed on the feed declared in the script
@echo off echo Proceed with checking nuget.exe and downloading if missing. if not exist nuget.exe ( echo Downloading nuget.exe... powershell -Command "Invoke-WebRequest https://dist.nuget.org/win-x86-commandline/latest/nuget.exe -OutFile nuget.exe" echo Finished downloading ) else ( echo nuget.exe located. ) if exist nuget.exe ( if exist "%~1" ( echo Drag and drop recognized echo Pushing the package... rem edit your nuget server here nuget push %~1 -Source http://localhost:64591/nuget echo Finished pushing. ) else ( if exist *.nuspec ( rem get modified file from server nuget pack echo Finished. ) else ( nuget spec echo Modify *.nuspec and start the .bat again to pack the NuGet. ) ) ) else ( echo Error locating nuget.exe ! ) pause
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- nuget.exe stored only in one place
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