Anyone need NuGet support? Â It looks like some companies are starting to run their own
private NuGet feeds with “corporate approved” components.
GoDiagram Win 5.0.0 is now on the official NuGet feed.
It will open a readme.txt with details after you do the
PM> Install-Package Northwoods.GoWin
and now GoXam for WPF and Silverlight, version 2.1.1 are also on NuGet
PM> Install-Package Northwoods.GoWPF
PM> Install-Package Northwoods.GoSilverlight
and now GoJS, version 1.1.7 is also on NuGet
You can now get the TypeScript definition file for GoJS via NuGet: http://www.nuget.org/packages/goJS.TypeScript.DefinitelyTyped.
Any chance of getting GoDiagram 6.0 available via NuGet or are there problems with supporting Framework and Core simultaneously?
I hadn’t done NuGet for 6.0 since it seemed like Core 3.0 was going to be short lived anyway. Do you need Core 3.0 or 3.1?
We’ve got a license for GoDiagram V6.0, but I see that the NuGet package is showing up as version 6.1 and when I reference that I’m getting the watermark in the view (as you would expect, given that I’m using the V6.0 license key).
I can’t see any announcement about a release of V6.1 on the releases thread in the forum can you say what differences there are between V6.0 and V6.1, and will there be a V6.0 NuGet package available?
You are still under support, and your most recent order was updated to 6.1 when we released 6.1.
Just request a new activation code from the license manager and you’ll be all set.
Version 6.1, with support for .NET CORE 3.1 is available on NuGet.