Creating and then using a local OpenWrap repository

When I looked at this blog post here about setting up a NuGet local repository I couldn’t help but write up the necessary steps to get a local repository with OpenWrap:

I’m not sure so let’s ask OpenWrap

PS C:\dotnet\dev\github> o get-help add-remote
COMMAND
       add-remote
DESCRIPTION
       Adds a remote repository.

USAGE
       add-remote [-Name] <String> [-Href] <Uri>

PARAMETERS
       -Name <String>
               Specifies the name used to identify this remote repository.
       -Href <Uri>
               Specifies the URI used to access this remote.
- file://[servername]/path/ for local or UNC paths
- http://[servername] for OpenWrap repositories
- nupack://[servername]/path for NuPack repositories</pre></div>

Ah, ok.

o add-remote –name local –href file:///C:/dotnet/openwrap

Now we have a local repository.

You can use it by e.g. adding packages:

o publish-wrap fancyproject –remote local

When I ask my local repository what it contains it gives me...

PS C:\dotnet\dev\github&gt; o list-wrap -remote local
 - MemBus (available: 1.0.0.22806675, 1.0.1.23707739)
 - Twitterizer (available: 2.3.1.23744031)
 - structuremap (available: 2.6.2.0)
 - caliburnmicro (available: 1.0.0.47921975)</pre></div>

Unlike the mentioned post, steps of how to create a package isn’t shown here, this may be a subject for another post.

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