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authorNicolò Carandini <ncarandini@users.noreply.github.com>2017-04-04 01:42:15 (GMT)
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for more information on Nuget. For now it is enough to know Nuget is a system that
bundles components into `*.nupkg` files (which are ZIP archives) and these packages can be 'published'
either through a local file system path or by a URL (e.g. https://www.nuget.org/). There are then tools
-(e.g. Nuget.exe, Visual Studio, dotnet.exe) that based on a configuration file (project.json) know
+(e.g. Nuget.exe, Visual Studio, dotnet.exe) that based on a configuration file (.csproj) know
how to search these publishing locations and pull down consistent set of packages for the
application.