We have a .csproj that is being built into a nuget package by TC7.0 via the .csproj file. This project includes some referenced assemblies, that are marked as copy local. However when I look in the package artifact that is built, the assemblies are not there, the package contains only the .dll for the library itself.
After some googling I found this answer from Phil Haack that suggested that nuget pack needed the -Build parameter to have nuget build the project so that it could include the project output. (Not sure how relevant that answer is, because TC is building the project and copies all the output to the right place, according to the build log, it seems that nuget pack only adds the main dll, and not the referenced dll)
Is this something that TC can support? Or do we need to build the package using a .nuspec file rather than a .csproj?