Here are the steps to work around and get your NuGet upgraded.
1. Run Visual Studio 2010 as an Administrator
2. Use Tools > Extension Manager and Remove the existing Nuget Package Manager
3. This will restart the Visual Studio 2010, Close and start again as Administrator
4. Click on Online Gallery, Pick Nuget Package Manager and install
5. This will restart Visual Studio again, and you are good to go!!!
In Visual Studio 2010, when you add a new project, it hard not to notice couple of things about the web.config files.
1) Web.config file is clean and lean 🙂 (Read about this in Scott Gu’s blog here)
2) Web.config has 2 files attached to it, Web.Debug.config and Web.Release.config (see image).
These are new features that I think that are very valuable for the deployment process, In the past I have used manual swaps a lot to manage environment specfic information in the web.config files. This new feature will let you create deployment environment specific (Dev, QA, UAT, Stage, Prod, etc.) Web.config files using simple to write transformations. You can find detailed information on how to do this in this article. (Link)
If you were a ReSharper user with Visual Studio 2008 (or 2005 in that case) and you installed Visual Studio 2010 now and want to continue use ReSharper, following is what you do. Naturally since you installed Visual Studio 2010 after your ReSharper install, ReSharper integration will not be there in Visual Studio 2010, and you will need to associate Visual Studio 2010 with ReSharper.
Now open your Visual Studio 2010, ReSharper will ask for license information, enter your user id and license key, and you will notice that ReSharper appears on your menu bar.
Yesterday I installed Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 Ultimate Edition. As expected installation process was long. (not sure how long because I fell asleep and had to continue this morning to finish installation). Here is link to download site.
At the first look itself, I can see that there are a tons of new features this edition of Visual Studio going to offer. There seems like a lot of improvements and additions to tool sets and project templates, new project planning features, test development, TFS integration, MVC 2.0, Sliverlight support, More sharepoint development support, Enterprise Data, etc..etc…list goes on. Its going to take a lot of time to get a handle of all these new features.
I will post what ever i find interesting…so keep watching this space.
Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 with Framework 4.0 is now available.