we are using Nuget in our Company for C# Projects.
Now we are going to move to migrate our C++ Libraries from ClearCase to TFS and we want to use Nuget for those projects as our package management system.
I could use CoApp to create the Native Packages. But as I saw on thread at CoApp following statement from Garrett Serack:
Garrett Serack Mod Yodan Tauber • a year ago
You're talking about library package creation, and that'll be the last thing in CoApp -- I'm working with the NuGet team alot on mainlining all the features of CoApp-built native packages (believe it or not, we're going to use this internally for building windows
Once they've implemented the infrastructure in NuGet itself, I'll make sure there is a zero-effort conversion available.
For the most part, they are following the patterns that I set down, with a few improvements to support some of the Building Windows Itself cases..
I could not find any hints at nugget.org about this activities. Could you please give me more clarity what efforts are going on in this subject?
Is there a roadmap for integrating the native Library package creation in nuget? Some official Hints at the nuget Homepage would be very helpful.
Thanks in advance.