Nuget Packages

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asked Oct 13, 2016 by vincentp (260 points)

Any chance you could supply nuget packages? This would make building on my CI server so much easier.

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answered Oct 13, 2016 by Lukas Pokorny (95,330 points)
edited Jun 16, 2017 by Martin Vobr
 
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UPDATE 10/5/2017

Since version 2017 R3 the full installer comes with a set of full private NuGet packages.

On top of that Rebex NuGet packages have also been released to nuget.org as part of this release. The NuGet.org edition acts in either trial or full license mode based on the key that you provide to it.

UPDATE 16/6/2017

See "License keys for Nuget packages" article for details.

This is one of our list of must-have features we would like to add very soon. We just have to figure out how to handle license keys first.

Do you intend to use a custom NuGet repository, or the public one at nuget.org?

commented Oct 13, 2016 by vincentp (260 points)
I'm not suggestion publishing them on nuget.org, just having the package files available is enough, we can drop them in a network share to make them available to the ci server.
commented Oct 20, 2016 by Lukas Pokorny (95,330 points)
This is going to be the first step - we'll distribute the package files along with our install packages first and publish to nuget.org later. I will send you a link to nuget packages soon (when they are ready).
commented Nov 29, 2016 by rriehle (100 points)
Is this resolved yet?
commented Nov 30, 2016 by Lukas Pokorny (95,330 points)
We are almost done - we are already generating NuGet packages and they will appear in one of the next releases.
In the meantime, you can try these NuGet packages for the current stable release, 2016 R2.2 (trial version): http://www.rebex.net/getfile/ff8eaf34210a410b9c140ce18e8b891f/RebexTotalPack-2016R2.2-NuGet-Trial.zip
(Don't worry about the 0.9 version number in the NuGet packages - we will get rid of this once this is out of beta.)
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