Adding other NuGet Package Sources in Visual Studio

If you use NuGet package sources, you will need to add a new package source to your preferences in Visual Studio.  In VS 2012 and 2013, this is under Tools –> Options –> Library Package Manager –> Package Manager Settings –> Package Sources).  If you want to try out a cool new trick: Ctrl + Q package sources … More Adding other NuGet Package Sources in Visual Studio

Using additional NuGet Package Sources on a Build Server

Now we can see the new package source on our machines, and download all kinds of fun things from it. But how do we give other servers (e.g. a build server) knowledge of this new package source? NuGet already thought of this (thank you kindly).  Check out the NuGet.targets file (once you’ve enabled Package Restore on the … More Using additional NuGet Package Sources on a Build Server

How to Ignore Whitespace in Visual Studio with Team Foundation Server

Basically, we are going to add a command line argument to the tool that Visual Studio uses to compare files.  The tool is called diffmerge.exe, and we are going to add the /ignorespace argument when this is ran. Open Visual Studio. Navigate to Tools –> Options. Browse to Source Control on the left and click … More How to Ignore Whitespace in Visual Studio with Team Foundation Server