NuGet 2.2.1 was released on February 15, 2013. The VS Extension version number is 2.2.40116.9051.
When NuGet shipped as part of Visual Studio 2012, it was fully localized into English + 13 other languages. Since then, NuGet 2.1 and 2.2 have shipped but the localization had not been refreshed. The NuGet 2.2.1 release refreshes our localization.
NuGet's UI and PowerShell Console are localized into the following languages:
If you produce Visual Studio templates, you can use NuGet to preinstall packages as part of the template. Until now, this feature had a limitation that all of the packages needed to come from the same source. With NuGet 2.2.1 though, you can have packages installed from multiple repositories (within the template, a VSIX, or a folder on disk defined in the registry).
The main scenario for this feature is custom ASP.NET project templates. The built-in ASP.NET templates use preinstalled packages, pulling packages from local disk. You can now create a custom ASP.NET project template that uses the existing packages installed by ASP.NET but add extra NuGet packages into your template.
NuGet 2.2.1 includes a few targeted bug fixes. For a list of work items fixed in NuGet 2.2.1, please view the NuGet Issue Tracker for this release.
If you are extending ASP.NET project templates, all preinstalled package repositories must use the same value for the