NuGet your Avalon (SharpDevelop’s AvalonEdit and ICSharpCode.TextEditor, plus samples, are now available via NuGet)
“Now that NuGet 1.0 has been released and the NuGet package submission process has been made much easier there are now NuGet packages for SharpDevelop that can be downloaded from the main NuGet package repository.
The packages currently available are:
Contains AvalonEdit the WPF-based text editor that is included with SharpDevelop 4.0. Two versions of AvalonEdit are included. One that targets .NET 3.5 and one that targets .NET 4.0. Download this package if you just want the AvalonEdit assembly and nothing else.
Contains sample code for AvalonEdit taken from Daniel Grunwald's CodeProject article. The sample code shows how to use the text editor's inside a WPF application including a simple example of code completion. …
Contains the text editor that is included in SharpDevelop 3.2.1. This text editor targets .NET 2.0.
Contains sample code for the text editor that is included in SharpDevelop 3.2.1 …”
NuGet is golden... I love how people are flocking to share their stuff on it.
NuGet + Visual Studio Gallery = Many Happy Dev’s :)
Now that NuGet.org is live, just how do you create and upload packages? Phil Hack's got your back…
Sharing NuGet packages with the world is now just an NuGet.Org away… or The NuGet Gallery and package submission is now live at NuGet.Org!
Want your own “Gallery” (think something like the Visual Studio Gallery and future NuGet home) site and server? Check out the Orchard Gallery/Gallery Server Projects…
Using Simplify and NuGet to automate and share Visual Studio Solution creation
Another way to deploy/share code and code snippets… NuGet
A “Hello [NuGet] World”
Unpacks = NuGet (Think “A New way to Get libraries”)
I “Nu” I needed you… Unpacks v1 Developer Preview/CTP 1 Released (Think, “Where have you been all my dev. life… finally an package management system/installer for .Net”)