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I just tried to install the latest Nuget version - skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker -Version 1.1.1 - of your great package into a 7.7.6 Umbraco install. It completed the installation without errors, but it doesn't seem to have added the property editor. There's no /SvgIconPicker folder created in /App_Plugins/ - it's just empty. It's added the package to packages.config fine, though.
If I copy this folder manually to /App_Plugins then all works perfect - so it seems something in the NuGet installation isn't quite working (at least for me).
Attempting to gather dependency information for package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker.1.1.1' with respect to project 'FrsTraining.Umbraco', targeting '.NETFramework,Version=v4.5.2'
Gathering dependency information took 7.22 sec
Attempting to resolve dependencies for package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker.1.1.1' with DependencyBehavior 'Lowest'
Resolving dependency information took 0 ms
Resolving actions to install package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker.1.1.1'
Resolved actions to install package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker.1.1.1'
Retrieving package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker 1.1.1' from 'nuget.org'.
Adding package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker.1.1.1', which only has dependencies, to project 'FrsTraining.Umbraco'.
Adding package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker.1.1.1' to folder 'C:\Projects\MyWebsite\packages'
Added package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker.1.1.1' to folder 'C:\Projects\MyWebsite\packages'
Added package 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker.1.1.1' to 'packages.config'
Successfully installed 'skttl.Umbraco.SvgIconPicker 1.1.1' to MyWebsite.Umbraco
Executing nuget actions took 794.84 ms
Time Elapsed: 00:00:08.1456393
Just thought I'd let you know. Apart from this, works fantastic!
I just noticed the same problem.
When looking at the nuspec file from the package it doesn't look like the App_Plugins folder gets added in a content folder in the NuGet package, which then means it doesn't get copied over when the NuGet package gets installed.
I assume the config files in the Github repo are used to generate the NuGet package? If so, I'm happy to submit a PR for the changes?
Just pulled down the source and ran the build, and the generated NuGet package does include the files in the right place (inside the content folder, which is different from the current live NuGet package).
But the version number it generates is v0.1.0, so I'm not sure if the code on GitHub is completely up-to-date?
Also had this issue but copying file to the "App_Plugins" worked.
Still the same problem :(
Dan, you can flag as answer of shinsuke nakayama. It fixed the problem.
This problem is still there, maybe we can get the NuGet package to be updated?
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