Having used Maven, I really happy to have come across Nuget. I'm new to nuget, but get the basics. I have pulled down the latest source code and built the nuget.sln file to generate the server code so I could deploy to my own "remote"
feed. When I built in visual studio and published to my development server within Visual Studio, I was able to server up our own internally produced .dlls.
I built the server and published to a folder that I then deployed to an IIS site running on a local server. If I hit the service from my browser, I get a valid XML response. Furthermore I stuck the packages under a "Packages"
folder in the root of my physical path.
Also, I added two new package sources in the manage setting dialog in visual studio. I'm able to manage packages from my VS development server version, but the version that I published and deployed to an IIS site merely states:
"The package source named XYZ [http://10.121.48.142/DataServices/Packages.svc/]' is either invalid or not available and thus is currently unreachabel."
Any thoughts as to why it is invalid when attempting to connect via Visual Studio?