I have been working with the newer NuGet feature of having hierarchy based Nuget.config files. But I have found that in a large TFS solution with many projects/varying folder depths it can get confusing where NuGet is getting its config information
For example there is the NuGet.config in the default %appdata% directory, another could be located at our project root level in source control and in some cases when package restore is enabled one in the project or sln folder.
I was wondering if we could have a command "nuget -fileLocation" similar to the nuget -sources that would list the file locations of the nuget.config that are being evaluated.
It would also be cool if we could supply a switch "nuget -displayConfig" that would display the final xml of the nuget.config whcih would be applied at any particular level. SO if I run this command at my project level it owuld display the
consolidated config from my project and %appdata%. If I ran it from my solution folder it would display the consolidated config from all 3 locations.