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== Hamishwillee - Subedit for wiki style ==
Hi Sara
Thanks for this (and all your other articles). I've subedited for wiki style - specifically the images are now in frames and the steps are proper bullets - it is now more readable.
I also created a new category for "Cimbalino Windows Phone Toolkit" articles, since we've now got a few on the wiki, and made that a subcategory of both "UI on Windows Phone" and "Tools for Windows Phone". Note that we no longer have "Windows Phone" as a category for the article because it only has "most specific categories".
Thanks very much - I will assume you'll tidy up the equivalent Portuguese topic if needed.
H<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Hamishwillee|&#60;br /&#62;----]] ([[User talk:Hamishwillee|talk]]) 08:50, 4 November 2013 (EET)</p>
== Saramgsilva - Response ==
Thanks for editing the article. And was a great idea to create the category for "Cimbalino Windows Phone Toolkit" articles because this is the first one!
I am translating this article: Como instalar os pacotes Cimbalino Windows Phone Toolkit<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Saramgsilva|Saramgsilva]] ([[User talk:Saramgsilva|talk]]) 11:28, 4 November 2013 (EET)</p>
== Hamishwillee - YOu're welcome! ==
Much easier to edit them than create them :-) Thanks!<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Hamishwillee|&#60;br /&#62;----]] ([[User talk:Hamishwillee|talk]]) 06:19, 5 November 2013 (EET)</p>
== Hamishwillee - What is point of bit after "After installation we can find a file " ==
Hi Sara
You added some new text starting with "After installation we can find a file ". I don't understand why I need to know all this information - what it is for?
So "After installation we can find a file called packages.config that lists all packages installed in project." - when you say "project" do you mean the project you just added Cimbalino to? Is this a standard file that will appear whenever you use nuget and will contain all packages for all things you install from nuget?
Part of why this is confusing is that you don't show this file in the image.
Then you say "Is possible to find the folder packages that contains all packages following the solution file, as shown in the following image:". I think what you're saying here is that the packages will be at the same level as your project file? So first, this would be improved if the "Packages" folder was the one highlighted, rather than the package file. Secondly, why do people need to know this?
Sorry if I'm being dumb!
H<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Hamishwillee|&#60;br /&#62;----]] ([[User talk:Hamishwillee|talk]]) 07:56, 5 November 2013 (EET)</p>
== Saramgsilva - Response ==
I talk about "After installation we can find a file" for the user undestand what nuget creat in project when install packages.
When i say "project" is the project Cimbalino used for the sample.
About "Is possible to find the folder packages that contains all packages following the solution file, as shown in the following image:" i want to say the package folder will be at the same level as solution file, project will be inside the folder CimbalinoSample.
This part is not so important but i think is good to undestand what is created when the packages are created, what is the package.config, where are the references...only for knowledge.<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Saramgsilva|Saramgsilva]] ([[User talk:Saramgsilva|talk]]) 11:36, 5 November 2013 (EET)</p>
== Hamishwillee - Thanks for the explanation ==
Hi Sara
Thanks for the explanation - and I agree this is indeed useful information. I've reworded slightly to make it clear that packages.config contains all nuget packages installed in the project and to better word where the files can be found. Hope you approve :-)
H<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Hamishwillee|&#60;br /&#62;----]] ([[User talk:Hamishwillee|talk]]) 02:44, 6 November 2013 (EET)</p>
== Hamishwillee - What else does nuget add to the installation ==
Hi Sara
I updated the article to be structured like [[How to install MVVM Light Toolkit for Windows Phone]]. This covers the "nuget" standard stuff, but does not include the other information added by nuget. Does nuget add anything to the project other than the packages directory and the config file. If not, nothing else to say. If it does, can you add information about what else nuget does?
H<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Hamishwillee|&#60;br /&#62;----]] ([[User talk:Hamishwillee|talk]]) 06:51, 8 November 2013 (EET)</p>
== Saramgsilva - Response ==
Nuget only add packages. The article is complete.<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Saramgsilva|Saramgsilva]] ([[User talk:Saramgsilva|talk]]) 11:49, 8 November 2013 (EET)</p>
== Hamishwillee - Great, thank you. ==
Will delete comments next time round.<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Hamishwillee|&#60;br /&#62;----]] ([[User talk:Hamishwillee|talk]]) 04:52, 14 November 2013 (EET)</p>

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