NuGet Dependency Versioning and Log4net 1.2.11

Yesterday I got bit in the butt with the now infamous new key for strong naming of log4net 1.2.11 situation. We wrote our nuspec file to have a depdency on log4net, like so:

<dependencies>
        <dependency id="log4net" version="1.2.10" />
</dependencies>

Well, to NuGet that means that we allow version 1.2.10 OR greater. Well, since version 1.2.11 had the strong naming change, that caused us dependency issues. We needed to roll back to log4net 1.2.10. The easiest course of action was to learn how to tell the nuspec file that the dependency version we list is the only one we want. I found that information here. We needed to use the brackets. Our nuspec dependencies simply changed to:

<dependencies>
        <dependency id="log4net" version="[1.2.10]" />
</dependencies>

Then I went into each solution that was using the package and in the Package Manager Console used the Update-Package command:

Update-Package MyCompany.Common

and the package’s reference to log4net was changed from 1.2.11 back to 1.2.10

Jason Meridth

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My name is Jason Meridth. I am a continuously learning senior software developer/devops/team lead/development manager trying to not let best be the enemy of better. I reserve the right to change my mind upon obtaining more information. I am also the owner and principal software consultant at Meridth, LLC. If you have any software, hardward, networking, process, etc needs please don't hesitate to reach out to me.

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