MyGet 1.8 Release Notes

MyGet 1.8 was released on September 10, 2013.

Features

MyGet

  • Support for NuGet 2.7
  • Metadata for packages is auto-updated from upstream feeds
  • Retention policies: pin packages so they don't get deleted
  • Retention policies: packages that are depended on will no longer be deleted (unless explicitly enabled)
  • Push upstream: package source code repositories can be labeled when pushing packages upstream
  • Send e-mail when feed permissions change
  • Users can revoke their own access from a feed
  • Automatic mirroring for packages from upstream feeds when feed proxy is enabled

MyGet Enterprise

  • Administrators can now join a feed. Feed owners are notified of this action.

MyGet Build Services

  • Repositories from GitHub organizations are now shown
  • The latest build version is shown in the UI
  • Package sources added at the feed level are available on the build server
  • Automatic support for NuGet package restore even if it's not enabled for the solution
  • Support for NuGet 2.7 package restore - see http://docs.myget.org/docs/reference/build-services#Package_Restore
  • Package sources added at the feed level are available on the build server for package restore
  • Build labeling: on succesful or failed builds, a label can be added to the sources. This is compatible with GitHub Releases. - see http://docs.myget.org/docs/reference/build-services#Sourcelabeling(tagging)
  • Support for MyGet.cmd, MyGet.bat, MyGet.ps1

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with copy to clipboard
  • Fixed an issue when pushing packages upstream to authenticated feeds
  • Support page is no longer behind an authentication wall
  • Fixed an issue when build services used @ in the username
  • Various performance improvements

Happy packaging!

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