Reference connection: Http://www.cnblogs.com/netcore2/p/7412891.html Here's the instructions, basic is to learn someone else's article, made a backup of ASP. NET core, for the project package management, do a lot of performance optimization, If the package is referenced in the project through NuGet, but the packages file is not found in the project directory, and the build directory does not have a corresponding DLL build for the application, how does the project run and reference the NuGet package, and where are the packages? 1. For the framework package referenced by the application, Microsoft provides runtime Kanekura (runtime package store), where all applications share the runtime envelope, and we do not need to care when publishing the application, just follow the third-party package. The run-time envelope path is typically:
- Windows:c:/program Files/dotnet/store
2. Third-party packages are not downloaded from each app, but are stored uniformly under a single file: They are only deployed with the app when they are published. 3. The meta-Package is a NUGET package contract that describes a set of meaning-related packages. The development team uses dependencies to describe this set of packages. They use this set of packages to describe a framework and then selectively publish it. Using ASP. NET Core 2 requires only one NuGet meta-package--microsoft.aspnetcore.all, eliminating the need to add packages, and automatically excluding unused packages when publishing.
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