Aug 8, 2012 at 4:37 AM
Edited Aug 8, 2012 at 4:39 AM
I am using VS 2010 SP1 with latest NuGet.
I have a solution file that is stored in TFS (via https). The solution contains 10 projects. There is a "nuget" folder in my solution file, and all of my projects have "packages.config." Basically, the nuget settings
are also source-controlled in TFS.
I am using a brand new computer with VS2010 SP1, NuGet, and that's it.
When I open my project via source control, references such as EntityFramework are not found in my project(s).
How do I tell NuGet - "go and get all the packages I don't have installed on this computer, like EntityFramework"?
I want to be sure that NuGet doesn't alter my project files or solution files - I just need the referenced DLL's that I'm missing locally on my computer to be installed.
I don't want my source-controlled solution files or project files to be modified.
Can someone enlighten me?