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119702 Jul 21,2015 04:49 PM Jul 23,2015 08:17 AM General Discussion 1
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Mario
Asked On July 21, 2015 04:49 PM

Is there a reason why many of the packages currently offered via Nuget are a blend of versions 13.1 & 13.2? This becomes a problem with references such as 13.1 SfDataGrid.  It has a known bug with Visual Studio 2015 and it is the only version of the DLL available via Nuget. Currently this is how we have installed our packages and we would like to refrain from having to manually change all references and their dependencies to the 13.2 dlls

Kanimozhi Pandian [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 23, 2015 08:17 AM

Hi Justin ,

Please find responses for your queries below:

Query 1: Is there a reason why many of the packages currently offered via Nuget are a blend of versions 13.1 & 13.2? This becomes a problem with references such as 13.1 SfDataGrid.

Response:
Sorry about the inconvenience caused.

The version issue with SfGrid is resolved. We have refreshed our NuGet Packages in our Syncfusion NuGet Server. And now you can find the latest version (13.2.0.29) of SFGrid.wpf NuGet Packages. 

Query 2: It has a known bug with Visual Studio 2015 and it is the only version of the DLL available via Nuget.

Response: Generally the latest versions of NuGets only will be displayed when you install NuGets from Visual Studio. If you need previous version of NuGets you can install them from Package Manager Console by specifying its version in command.

Command: Install-Package <Package name> -Version <Version of the package>

Ex: Install-Package Syncfusion.SfGrid.WPF40 –Version 13.1.0.21

Query 3: Currently this is how we have installed our packages and we would like to refrain from having to manually change all references and their dependencies to the 13.2 dlls

Response: As mentioned above, we have refreshed the latest NuGet packages now. So, you can update the references  instead of changing the assemblies manually.

Please let me know if you have any queries.

Thanks,
Kanimozhi.K.P.

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