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    Creating Pre-Release NuGet Package 

  • stephen@ufoundme.com 12:32 pm on January 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Creating Pre-Release NuGet Package 

    Before creating a pre-release version of a NuGet package, you should be comfortable with creating a brand new NuGet package, or at least modifying one. With this example, I’m assuming you already have a NuGet package build process setup, with an associated .nuspec file.

    You can create pre-release NuGet packages by adding an arbitrary string after the version number immediately following the version number. For example:

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    If you’re using a TFS build process to trigger the NuGet builds, you may also need to update the “Version or Version Seed File Path” parameter.

    As long as there’s this string after the version number, NuGet servers will assume this is a pre-release version of the associated NuGet package. It will continue to show the stable version as the “newest” version available, unless you tell your NuGet client / package viewer to specifically show you (and then choose to download) a pre-release version.

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  • Windows 10 Build 9926 Released Today 

  • stephen@ufoundme.com 5:42 pm on January 23, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Windows 10 Build 9926 Released Today 

    Windows10“Windows 10 Preview” build 9926 was released today on MSDN subscriptions, and to the Microsoft Insider program.  The download is about 4gigs for the 64-bit edition ISO.

    A few of the updates/features that are in 9926 include:

    • Cortana has been copied from Windows phone to the desktop!
    • New changes to the Start menu, including the ability to expand from a menu to a full-screen experience
    • A settings app that feels more like the old Control Panel
    • Easier connections to wireless devices via Bluetooth
    • The new Photos and Maps apps
    • The revamped Windows Store
    • The first draft of the new Xbox gaming app
    • Support for new languages

    MSDN subscribers can get their download from the same old place.  Insiders, and newbies, can download from http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-iso.

     
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