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  1. .gitignore
  2. BaSyx.sln
  3. Build_BaSyx.bat
  4. Build_BaSyx_Applications.bat
  5. Build_BaSyx_Components.bat
  6. Build_BaSyx_Core.bat
  7. Clear_Local_BaSyx_NuGet_Cache.bat
  9. Setup_BaSyx_NuGet_Repo.bat
  10. basyx-applications/
  11. basyx-components/
  12. basyx-core/
  13. basyx-examples/
  14. basyx-openapi/
  15. basyx-packages/
  16. basyx-simulation/

# Welcome to basyx In this repository you'll find the entire .NET stack of the BaSyx SDK.


  1. Execute Setup_BaSyx_NuGet_Repo.bat only once and for all
  2. Code as you wish, if you like to modify or extend the functionalities of the SDK
  3. Execute Build_BaSyx.bat to build the entire SDK.

It will generate NuGet Packages under the folder created in Setup_BaSyx_NuGet_Repo.bat called basyx-packages. Those packages are now available in the NuGet Package Manager in Visual Studio and to the dotnet CLI as NuGet source.


Cannot be easier - just use the NuGet Packages in Visual Studio. Don't forget to initialize the NuGet package source with the help of Setup_BaSyx_NuGet_Repo.bat


Sometimes or even more than sometimes Visual Studio uses still the old NuGet package version (if the version number is not incremented). Execute Clear_Local_BaSyx_NuGet_Cache.bat to solve that issue - it clears the local NuGet cache in your user's directory.