30 packages returned for Tags:"packaging"

_PublishedApplications
This gives your non web projects the ability to be put into a published folder, just like your web project does when being built outside of visual studio. Not entirely sure what this means? Check out the project url (on the left) and/or watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oPtsb11vBU
Create RPM packages (.rpm files) of your .NET Core projects straight from the command line. Once you've installed this package as a .NET CLI tool, run dotnet rpm to generate a .rpm package which contains the publish output of your .NET Project. See https://github.com/qmfrederik/dotnet-packaging/... More information
Create .zip files of your .NET Core projects straight from the command line. Once you've installed this package as a .NET CLI tool, run dotnet zip to generate a .zip file which contains the publish output of your .NET Project. See https://github.com/qmfrederik/dotnet-packaging/ for more... More information
Create tarballs (.tar.gz files) of your .NET Core projects straight from the command line. Once you've installed this package as a .NET CLI tool, run dotnet tar to generate a .tar.gz file which contains the publish output of your .NET Project. See https://github.com/qmfrederik/dotnet-packaging/... More information
Create Debian and Ubuntu installers (.deb files ) of your .NET Core projects straight from the command line. Once you've installed this package as a .NET CLI tool, run dotnet deb to generate a .deb file which contains the publish output of your .NET Project. See... More information
WiX NuGet Packager
WixNuGetPackager enables the distribution of Windows Installer XML (WiX) libraries and extensions using NuGet packages. WixNuGetPackager is itself distributed as a NuGet package which can be installed in WiX library or extension projects. Once installed in a project, WixNuGetPackager extends the... More information