NuGet is just great tool for the managing third-party assemblies in your Visual Studio projects. If you are using the ReSharper and you are using a type that isn’t referenced in the current project but in another one, ReSharper will offer to add new reference just with the one click. In the case of NuGet, those assemblies are indeed referenced from the right location, but are not using the packages.config metadata file, which is essential for the NuGet to know which assemblies are referenced by what project.

But is seems there is already for a couple of time a solution for this. JetBrains (the company behind ReSharper) released plugins for ReSharper 7.1 and 8.0.

If you want to know more details about the issue read here.

About the Author Anton Kalcik

I’m enthusiastic with a passion for working with and for people. I love what I do. Most of the time, I assist people in the creation of valuable software. I’m a software engineer and entrepreneur specializing in .NET  and Microsoft Azure. I offer Code Katas, Coding Dojos, workshops and talks about .NET, Microsoft Azure, DevOps, Agile Methodologies and Clean Code. I'm founder of CoderDojo Wien and president of digital.austria association.

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