Hi @Epsi Coder ,
Thank you for taking time to post this issue in Microsoft Q&A forum.
From the latest command line you used, I see you added
-properties configuration=release. Actually for the “Configuration” property, the default is “Debug”, if you don’t add this option, during the packing process, the nuget.exe will go to check and look for the dll files in the “Debug” folder, even if you had selected
Release mode in VS or set the
Release configurations in some settings files.(This is the document which describes the options - properties)
Perhaps, the previous version of dll files are included in your “Debug” folder, and after rebuilding the latest version of dll files had generated into the “Release”(or “Debug”) folder. And, the most important thing, I think, is this command:
-properties configuration=release is needed for “Release” build.
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