Hosted or on-premise NuGet package repositories based on the open-source NuGet Gallery or NuGet.Server library.

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Hosting your own NuGet Server, particularly when you're a company or even a small workgroup is a super useful thing. It's a great way to ensure that the build artifacts of each team are NuGet Packages and that other teams are consuming those packages, rather than loose DLLs.


I’ve been having a bit of fun setting up a Nuget Server as of late, and learning the nuances of versioning a .NET Standard library. With that in mind, I thought I would document my approach to how I got things going and all the pitfalls and dead ends I ended up running into.