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When including NuGet packages in Visual Studio template, you will also include actual .nupkg files in your Visual Studio template.
To get NuGet files:
To get the latest version:
Version 1.7: http://nuget.org/api/v2/package/jquery/1.7
When include NuGet packages in Visual Studio project template, a modification will need to be done if the template will be used as new project.
Modify .vstemplate file:
repository attribute in
All the .nupkg files must be placed in the root directory of project template zip file.
In a single Visual Studio project template, you can include NuGet packages so that when project is added, the NuGet packages are pre-installed.
A small modification is necessary if you are going to use this to create new project.
Edit .vstemplate file to include:
<Assembly>NuGet.VisualStudio.Interop, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a</Assembly>
<package id="jQuery" version="1.6.2" />
<packages> will include all packages pre-installed to the Visual Studio template.
Source: NuGet Docs