Rider + NuGet packages source

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I have a nuget packages source of my team and when I add it in NuGet Sources Rider does not show me Available packages. It shows me packages only from  nuget.org source. The source is valid cause all my team and me use it on our projects and it works from Visual Studio.

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I am having the same issue.

- I can see the packages in Visual Studio for Mac.
- I can also use the nuget CLI.

Rider won't list the packages. It doesn't even appear to be making http calls to the source. The Rider Nuget log doesn't show anything useful. 

Trying the latest version:

JetBrains Rider 2018.1 EAP
Build #RD-181.4035.573, built on March 18, 2018
Rider EAP User
Expiration date: April 17, 2018
JRE: 1.8.0_152-release-1136-b16 x86_64
JVM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM by JetBrains s.r.o
macOS 10.12.6

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Us MaksymScott McArthur Could you please confirm that the issue reproduces on Rider 2018.1? We've added support for MyGet and VSTS credential providers in NuGet client, which might have helped. If the issue persists, please create a new YouTrack issue or a Support Request and provide the following info:

1. The content of ~/.config/NuGet/NuGet.Config  and ~/.nuget/NuGet/NuGet.Config 
2. The content of the 'Log' tab from the NuGet ToolWindow
3. The output of dotnet restore  in the command line

Thanks in advance!

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Hi Julia

- I have moved our NuGet feed to MyGet because Rider wasn't working with our existing feed.
- I was previously using an authenticated ProGet feed, it used Basic Auth. (https://inedo.com/proget).

Thanks,
Scott

 

 

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I have a doubt if the Nuget packages in the subfolders under that folder are not recognised, I tried this file path:D:\Ggg\nuget\ggg.packages\ggg.basemodel\BaseModel.1.0.0.00.nupkg, which will be:D:\Ggg\nuget\ggg. packages was added to the configuration, but it didn't work, all packages must be placed directly in :D:\Ggg\nuget\ggg.packages to be recognised

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boat  This is an old thread, and your symptom may not match the topic. 

In the latest Rider version, you can check your NuGet feeds in the NuGet Tool Window. Just from your description, it looks like the problem is related to your feed settings. 

In case you think the problem is related to your IDE settings, please feel free to create new support requests in Help | Contact Support in Rider. Thanks.

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