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Manage Packages Using NuGet CLI

The NuGet CLI (command line interface) is a command line tool providing functionaliy to install, create, publish and manage NuGet packages.

Below are console inputs for NuGet CLI commands related to installing and managing packages.

Important

You need to specify the -Source key with the feed URL containing your feed authorization key to install and update packages from the DevExpress NuGet feed. Refer to Obtain Your NuGet Feed URL for details on how to obtain this URL.

Note that the -Source key can be omitted if the packages.config or solution file includes the DevExpress feed as a package source.

Refer to NuGet CLI Reference for more information on NuGet CLI and its commands.

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