Manage Nuget Package window shows only latest version of each package

Topics: General
Mar 21, 2013 at 10:26 AM
Hi,

Actually, I know I can install certain package version by either using the console or changing packages.config but how can I configure the Manage Nuget Package window to show all versions?

Thanks
Gil
Mar 21, 2013 at 2:55 PM
Disclaimer: I am currently working for the provider of these tools but they are pretty cool (and they will remain free).

This sounds like a good situation to try the new ProGet Client tools http://inedo.com/company/news/announcing-proget-20-and-proget-client-tools . We are currently previewing them (so they may have a few bugs still in them) but we will be keeping them free. The Visual Studio add in client supports this feature now.
Mar 21, 2013 at 2:57 PM
jkuemerle wrote:
Disclaimer: I am currently working for the provider of these tools but they are pretty cool (and they will remain free).

This sounds like a good situation to try the new ProGet Client tools http://inedo.com/company/news/announcing-proget-20-and-proget-client-tools . We are currently previewing them (so they may have a few bugs still in them) but we will be keeping them free. The Visual Studio add in client supports this feature now.
Thanks but first I need to know if I can get a solution with the Manage Nuget Package window.

Gil
Mar 21, 2013 at 3:10 PM
I don't believe that behavior is in the NuGet Visual Studio client now.
Mar 24, 2013 at 8:36 AM
jkuemerle wrote:
Disclaimer: I am currently working for the provider of these tools but they are pretty cool (and they will remain free).

This sounds like a good situation to try the new ProGet Client tools http://inedo.com/company/news/announcing-proget-20-and-proget-client-tools . We are currently previewing them (so they may have a few bugs still in them) but we will be keeping them free. The Visual Studio add in client supports this feature now.
Thanks but first I need to know if I can get a solution with the Manage Nuget Package window.

Gil
Mar 25, 2013 at 7:35 PM
jkermle is right. We intentionally keep the Manager NuGet Package dialog simple by only providing the latest version of each package id. If you want to install an older version, you can switch to the Package Manager Console, and use the command like this:

Install-Package jQuery -Version 1.8