Hi, I'm trying to create a new project on Linux and am running into an issue while running
mkdir -p newproj/.paket cd newproj curl -L -o .paket/paket.exe https://github.com/fsprojects/Paket/releases/download/5.188.1/paket.bootstrapper.exe dotnet .paket/paket.exe A fatal error was encountered. The library 'libhostpolicy.so' required to execute the application was not found in '/home/jonathan/src/fsharp-connect/.paket/'. Failed to run as a self-contained app. If this should be a framework-dependent app, add the /home/jonathan/src/fsharp-connect/.paket/paket.runtimeconfig.json file specifying the appropriate framework.
I guess I'm missing a step somewhere? Thoughts?
<NuGetPackageFolders Condition=" '$(NuGetPackageFolders)' == '' ">C:\Users\user\.nuget\packages\;C:\Program Files\dotnet\sdk\NuGetFallbackFolder</NuGetPackageFolders>
git http://github-path.gitto my class library project, under paket.dependencies
MyLibFromGithubthen when I build it says MyLibFromGitHub isn't in paket.lock
git https://github.com/<User>/<Priv NuGet repo> [branch|label] Packages: <path to .nupkg files>(Notice the Packages: )
I have a ZIP file with a number of dll's. I want to add these dll's with Paket.
So far in my dependencies folder I have:
http file:///c:/Users/X-lem/source/repos/Dlls.zip DLL/Dlls.zip
Then in my references folder I have:
This isn't importing any of the dlls in the zip folder though to my project's references. I see in my paket-files/localhost folder the zip has been copied and unzipped. How can I reference all of the Dlls in a Zip file without tediously manually added them?