Just getting started with Nuget and really like it so far. I've come across a small problem, maybe someone out there can help?
I have set up a local Nuget repository and I've created a couple of packages for some common libraries we've created in house. I've configured Visual studio to point to this local repository as well as the standard one and can see and access my packages
within visual studio - so far so good!
To finish things off, I'd like to add a link to a documentation web page for each package so that developers who are browsing packages on the local repository can see what they do. In other words, I'd like it to be similar to the packages in the official
Nuget reposistory, where u can click on the project information link to see more details about the package.
Any idea what I have to do to enable this link for a local nuget repository. My initial thought was to set the project url - I did this via the Nuget Package Explorer. I checked the nuspec file produced and the project url seems ok:
the Url works fine if I paste into a browser address bar, but when I click on it from within visual studio (or the Nuget Package Explorer) it doesn't do anything. Does the url have to be in a certain format or does it have to be a certain path relative
to the package? or am I using completely the wrong approach
Any advice, pointers welcome.