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From NightOwl888 <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] lucenenet issue #191: Migrating Lucene.Net to .NET Core
Date Sun, 29 Jan 2017 00:56:50 GMT
Github user NightOwl888 commented on the issue:

    https://github.com/apache/lucenenet/pull/191
  
    > Building the sources directly is totally not an option since it would require anyone
who wants to try NET Standart version to link the whole source tree into their projects and
find a way to build it.
    
    @kapitanov, @rmarinho 
    
    When you build the sources locally, it deposits the NuGet packages into a folder named
`\NuGetPackages`. You can set up that local folder as a package source in Visual Studio so
you can install Lucene.Net.
    
    1. In Visual Studio 2015, Right-click the solution in Solution Explorer, and choose "Manage
NuGet Packages for Solution"
    2. Click the gear icon next to the Package sources dropdown.
    3. Click the `+` icon (for add)
    4. Give the source a name such as "Lucene.Net Local Packages"
    5. Click the `...` button next to the Source field, and choose the `\NuGetPackages` folder
on your local system.
    
    Then all you need to do is choose the "Lucene.Net Local Packages" feed from the dropdown
and you can search for, install, and update the NuGet packages just as you can with any Internet-based
feed.
    
    The only thing missing with this setup is the ability to specify version number from the
command line. But you could potentially update all of the files manually if you want a version
different than `4.8.0-alpha`.


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