Say you’re working on some dotnet projects that you would like to share with the world. Or that you would like to share with other teams in your company. Or your project has multiple git repos and the output of one is the input of another. Creating a NuGet package is an excellent way to zip up and redistribute your build output, but there are a few details about versioning to sort out before that process is streamlined and effortless.
For goals – we’d like new NuGet packages as often as every single time a change is merged. It’d also be ideal if every single package had a unique version number that is related to the build which produced it.