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Pro NuGet by Xavier Decoster, Maarten Balliauw

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C H A P T E R  4

Publishing Packages

In Chapter 3 of this book, we demonstrated you how you can create your own NuGet packages. It would be a shame if those packages weren't available to others, right?

This chapter will bridge the gap between package creation and package consumption. We'll show you how you can publish those precious packages to a NuGet feed, whether to the official NuGet package source available to everyone or to your own, private package feed. You'll learn that all this relies on three simple things: your NuGet package, a feed, and an API key.

We'll also explore how you can publish source code and debug symbols along with your binary NuGet package. This will enable consumers of your NuGet package to debug and step through ...

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