Adding binaries to a master or production quality branch I consider a very good practice so that you always have all dependencies ready to deploy from a clean production instance of code.
On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at PM, bert2 [email protected]: I consider it broken, because the standard behaviour contradicts the Nu Get documentation https://docs.nuget.org/Consume/Package-Restore.
You can use the Add-Migration command to write the pending model changes to a code-based migration. Applying explicit migrations: [201202221302479_Car_Top Speed, 201202221335547_Car_Color]. Applying explicit migration: 201202221302479_Car_Top Speed. ALTER TABLE [Cars] ADD [Top Speed] [int] [Inserting migration history record] Applying explicit migration: 201202221335547_Car_Color.
update-database -verbose Using Nu Get project 'Test Lib'. Target database is: 'Cars' (Data Source: ., Provider: System. ALTER TABLE [Cars] ADD [Color] [nvarchar](20) NOT NULL DEFAULT '' [Inserting migration history record] Unable to update database to match the current model because there are pending changes and automatic migration is disabled. Sql Exception (0x80131904): Column names in each table must be unique.
Since it's not the same behavior always I guess this could be a timing issue, where the local workspace might detect a delete only if there is a certain time gap between deleting the file an removing it from the solution - so your test machine is maybe either too slow or too fast.
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