Using results of build in my own little project

Topics: General
Jun 22, 2013 at 8:20 AM
Hi,
I'm playing a bit with some source code changes. And besides tests in the source base, I'd like to see how they perform in my actual webapi app. I currently use the nightly builds for testing in my webapi app - using the nuget feed. However, my experimental changes are on my machine. Is there a way I can build the nuget packages so I can just import them on my local machine? I couldn't find the nuspec files in the git repo.
Many thanks!
Jul 11, 2013 at 7:50 PM
Giving this a little bump. What do others do? I've got a small modification in to allow for special look-ups into objects for generating OData properties. I've got a few unit tests, but now I'd like to test it in a real app of mine, and it would be great to just use the same nuget structure that is used up on the server.
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Jul 16, 2013 at 6:20 PM
NuGet packages are not signed, so I think you can just created your own stub NuGet packages with the assemblies you built. The NuGet Package Explorer (https://npe.codeplex.com/) makes this pretty easy to do.

Daniel Roth
Microsoft
Jul 16, 2013 at 8:04 PM
Hi Daniel,
Thanks. I'll do that.
Cheers,
  Gordon.
Jul 27, 2013 at 7:52 AM
Thank you! I will start with that. I was hoping that they had been provided already.

Cheers,
Gordon.

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NuGet packages are not signed, so I think you can just created your own stub NuGet packages with the assemblies you built. The NuGet Package Explorer (https://npe.codeplex.com/) makes this pretty easy to do.

Daniel Roth
Microsoft