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I get an error when trying to restore nuget packages on my local mashine.
It sais it cannot find the version "1.8.1-beta0002".
The attempt to restore them brings up the error message in the pic below:
Do you know a way of resolving this issue?
Our unstable feed has a retention policy of the last 20 builds of a package, which unfortunately there were quite a few RC builds over of the last few months.
Running on the unstable feed though is really only for testing fixes, or getting early access to required features. You really want to upgrade to an official release as soon as you can so your best bet really would be to upgrade to at least 1.8.1 which should contain everything the 1.8.1-beta build did.
Hope this helps
thanks for explaining. My problem is, that every time I try to upgrade to 1.8.6 I get this error message.
It seems as if VS needs to find version "1.8.1-beta0002" to upgrade.
But that version is somehow not there anymore.
Is there a way of copy and paste it manually into the expected folder location? Or maybe there is another way of solving it...
Looks like I found a way around the problem.
In packages.config I manually changed the version from 1.8.1-beta0002 to 1.8.1.
VS then finds this and does a restore.
I was then able to upgrade to 1.8.6.
Glad you found it. This was going to be what I would have suggested so glad it worked 👍
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