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Pro NuGet by Xavier Decoster, Maarten Balliauw

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Testing Packages

So far, we've created a series of NuGet packages. One of the methods to test and consume those packages would be pushing these packages to the official NuGet package source. Chances are you don't want to do that: maybe the package you are creating is just a test package or isn't stable enough to be on the public package source. Maybe it even contains intellectual property that you don't want landing on the streets of the Internet, for everyone to use!

A solution to that would be to set up your own NuGet package source, which we will explain in Chapter 6 of this book. However, there's no need to set up a full-blown package repository when all you want to do is consume your freshly created NuGet package.

The easiest way to set ...

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