I previously posted a NuGet PowerShell downloader script, which is handy for downloading a local NuGet repository. There are several common uses: It's used in corporate environments where network policies prevent developers from accessing NuGet.org It's useful in cases where development teams want to build a customized feed with specific packages It's a great backup for presentations involving NuGet, especially on overloaded conference wi-fi Note: Now, look, I'm happy if the first two help you out, but that's not what I wrote it for.
I wrote this because I was tired of watching speakers at conferences have problems installing NuGet packages and complaining about the slow conference wi-fi. Of course it's slow, it's always slow (it's not lupus, it's never lupus!). If you're doing a presentation that involves you installing a NuGet package, part of your prep needs to be verifying that you have the required packages on your machine. Matthew Podwysocki recently told me he was getting a call depth overflow error with the script. We looked at it, and it turned out that the problem was that he was...(Read whole news on source site)