nuget updates

Mar 14, 2014 at 2:12 PM

I've never used nuget before, but I thought it might be a convenient way to keep up to date with tweetinvi.

I'm having some problems implementing tweetinvi (cannot tweet more than once), but before I report that, I wanted to make sure I was on the latest version. However, looking at nuget, I'm a little confused.

I installed version 0.9 a few weeks ago, and then saw was available on the website, so I went to update via nuget. There, the latest version seems to be (not I installed it anyway, but when I view the properties of the tweetinvi references in my project, they still say

Is nuget always up to date, or should I switch to manual downloads?
Is the project reference property right, or do I believe the version nuget says I have?

Sorry for being a newb :)
Mar 14, 2014 at 3:56 PM

Sorry for the confusion, for some reason I forgot to list Tweetinvi as a public package which made it impossible for you to see.
The versions available on the download sections are always the same as the ones published on nuget.

Therefore I would advise you to use nuget as it will allow you to update the version very easily.

I do not update Tweetinvi versions for minor releases. As a result when I will publish Tweetinvi you'll still see (I am a bit lazy on these minor updates).
I might need to create a script to improve this.

Though for any other update the assembly info will be updated (Tweetinvi will be published as is).

Hope this helps you understand what is going on with the versions!
Marked as answer by craigae on 3/14/2014 at 8:07 AM
Mar 14, 2014 at 4:07 PM
Thanks for the quick reply! I've just grabbed the latest version via nuget, and what you say about minor release versions makes perfect sense.

(and thank you for tweetinvi!)