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NuGet Limitations and Troubleshooting

Manually adding DevExpress packages and their dependencies to a project using NuGet imposes the following limitations:

  • No design-time assemblies are provided.
  • Runtime assemblies are provided starting with version 16.2.
  • Assemblies from NuGet packages does not affect the IDE - DevExpress controls installed using NuGet are not available in the Toolbox.
  • The Assembly Deployment Tool does not detect NuGet references.

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