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Sitecore 9.1 has been released, but I can't see the 9.1 packages in my normal NuGet feed. Are they not released yet, or has something changed?

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Sitecore did have 9.1 in its own feed to more closely match the way Sitecore does builds internally. https://sitecore.myget.org/gallery/sc-platform-9-1

But Sitecore heard feedback from the community and the decision was made to move it back into a feed where multiple versions will be together. This will classify all the Sitecore dlls together under the same release version. And will make upgrading easy with the fact that all 9.x versions will be together.

Feed Url

https://sitecore.myget.org/feed/Packages/sc-framework-packages

Announcement

https://community.sitecore.net/technical_blogs/b/technical-marketing/posts/sitecore-9-1-now-re-published-on-myget

  • Is there a document that details this / why they decided to drop NoReferences support? – James Skemp Nov 29 '18 at 16:17
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    The NoReferences public NuGet builds had a lot of complexity around it. And with Sitecore wanting to deploy the release as a whole, it became more important not to separate the dlls into NoRef dlls. This way, we are using the same deployment strategy that Sitecore uses internally. – Chris Auer Nov 29 '18 at 16:20
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    Also start thinking about PackageReference and not traditional NuGet packages.config. It will make the move to 9.1 (No NoRefs) much easier. waitingimpatiently.com/package-reference-nuget – Chris Auer Nov 29 '18 at 16:22
  • Thanks. Had actually looked into PackageReference two months ago but some of the limitations were showstoppers (at the time). Is there public documentation about this somewhere, or is it just in Slack? – James Skemp Nov 29 '18 at 16:32
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    Just Slack and Symposium, which is where I heard about it. – Chris Auer Nov 29 '18 at 17:10

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