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Support for package that targets both Windows Store XAML and Windows Store HTML
Copy from a discussion. The gist of this feature is to allow package authors to distinguish between a C#/VB.NET Windows Store project versus a HTML/JS project (and preferably versus C++ project too), in the same package.
I'm trying to create a NuGet package that targets both Windows Store XAML/C# and Windows Store HTML/JS. The Windows Store XAML/C# DLLs can be placed inside of lib/NETCore45 (or now lib/Windows8) and they will install fine on to Windows Store XAML/C#
projects. However, when trying to install on a Windows Store HTML/JS project it says that the NuGet package does not support the project type.
My current work around is to place the Windows Store XAML/C# .DLLs and the Windows Store HTML/JS .js files in their own separate folders and then use tools\NETCore45\install.ps1 (or now tools\Windows8\install.ps1) to detect if the $project.Type is C# or
Is this the recommended approach? Is there already support for this scenario? Will this scenario be supported in the future?