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    btrepp
    @btrepp
    Is there any reason why paket+vs doesn't like argu for netcoreapp2.1?
    My project being on netfx, no worries argu is there. Change it to netcoreapp2.1 and everything else appears in references but argu.
    Seems to occur when I change it to netstandard20 aswell, that's bizarre
    btrepp
    @btrepp
    Ah i'm going to assume that having groups was the issue. I seperated my mixed apps into having two very independent groups and argu appeared again
    Sandeep Chandra
    @sandeepc24

    I have a solution with multiple projects and the paket.references file has various groups. I want to add a dependency to a project using a Paket group and I run paket.exe add Hopac -g Server. It looks like the reference is added to the project's reference file but the app fails to build complaining that the namespace in the package was not found.

    I am still not very clear about how groups work, could someone shed some light on what I am doing wrong?

    Onur Gumus
    @OnurGumus
    @sandeepc24 it should work.
    as is.
    try to simplify it.
    PinkyBrain
    @PinkyBrain_gitlab
    how come my paket.restore.targets file changes by itself in vs code?
    is this the ionide extension doing something in the background? it's a bit invasive... makes life difficult when doing git housekeeping
    Dustin Lacewell
    @dustinlacewell
    I am trying to run paket install with a git package utilizing the Packages: keyword. When I run it locally, the Packages: keyword path is relative to the Solution root. When I run it from inside Docker, the path is relative to the Project root. What gives...?
    Frank Behrens
    @fbehrens

    when i do

    #paket.dependencies
    framework: net461
    redirects: on
    source https://nuget.org/api/v2
    nuget FSharp.Core redirects: force
    ...
    
    .paket\paket.exe install --generate-load-scripts --load-script-framework net461 --load-script-type fsx

    the generated main.group.fsx references Java.Interop,Mono.Android,System.Windows.Browser,Xamarin.iOS, which are not on my win10.
    My current workaround is to uncomment manually in generated loadfile.
    How to make it right ?

    Dustin Lacewell
    @dustinlacewell
    Is Paket dead?
    Dustin Lacewell
    @dustinlacewell
    Signs pointing to "yes".
    Steffen Forkmann
    @forki
    Not dead. Just vacation time
    Dustin Lacewell
    @dustinlacewell
    @forki Paket's refusal to use local git repositories with unstaged changes is absolutely killing me
    Dustin Lacewell
    @dustinlacewell
    The latest Nuget has a -Deterministic flag. Please make a release of Paket that uses this new version of Nuget so that I can produce packages for use on pure systems like NixOS
    dustinlacewell @dustinlacewell said into the void.
    btrepp
    @btrepp
    Is it insane to potentially use the external_lock sub command as something like a package set (eg like haskells stack?). I'd like to have a curated set for our internal apps, maybe with a build server constantly updating the package set
    Steffen Forkmann
    @forki
    @dustinlacewell please open an issue with details
    beatcracker
    @beatcracker
    Hi folks! Quick question: is there any way to mimic nuget install command? Because packet add modifies paket.dependencies, while I'd like to just download a package w/o adding it anywhere. This is for CI/CD usage, no projects involved.
    beatcracker
    @beatcracker
    Repo level tools look promising: fsprojects/Paket#2919
    Yaroslav Veremenko
    @veremenko-y
    Hi! Can someone help me out? I'm messing up with trying to install asp.net core on net47. But when I add nuget Microsoft.AspNetCore.All 2.2.7 to the dependencies, nothing gets installed in the project references. Any idea why that would happen?
    Sergey Tihon
    @sergey-tihon
    @veremenko-y do you have paket.references file near the project file? https://fsprojects.github.io/Paket/img/paket-overview.png
    Yaroslav Veremenko
    @veremenko-y
    Yes I do. It is actually working file. It is Microsoft.AspNetCore.All or Microsoft.AspNetCore.App packages specifically that do not update the project file. Anything else is working fine
    btrepp
    @btrepp
    is there anything special to get azure devops to build using paket? dotnet restore's calling paket okay, but the build process gets 401'd with it's own artifact feed
    - task: DotNetCoreCLI@2
      displayName: 'Restore'
      inputs: 
        command: restore
    This task seems to say it creates a 'temporary nuget.config which maybe does the credential-fu?, but it doesn't seem to get passed down to paket correctly.
    szrn
    @szrn

    a package that i am referencing contains a .targets project that is getting transitively included via paket.restore.targets, but i need to prevent that so i can customize the work being done in that target. anyone know how to do that?

    this sorta sounds like disabling auto-restore for a specific project, but i actually want all the other paket auto-restore functionality -- i just want to prevent the inclusion targets from dependencies.

    anyone know how to do this?

    nawfalhasan
    @nawfalhasan
    I find dependency resolution algorithm to be a lot better with packagereference approach of nuget. It would be sensible to update the paket FAQ to include packagereference
    nawfalhasan
    @nawfalhasan
    Is there a simple writeup about paket's dependency conflict resolution algorithm? Something like this https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/nuget/concepts/dependency-resolution for nuget's. I find https://fsprojects.github.io/Paket/resolver.html extremely technical and difficult to follow