For some reason when Building my application with TeamCity it insists on trying to install "System.Runtime 4.0.20".
I then get the following error:
[update] WARNING: Package 'System.Runtime 4.0.20' does not exist in project 'AkkaNeat.Tests.csproj' [20:04:08][update] Removed package 'System.Resources.ResourceManager 4.0.0' from 'packages.config' [20:04:08][update] Removed package 'System.Linq 4.0.0' from 'packages.config' [20:04:08][update] For adding package 'System.Runtime 4.0.10' to project 'AkkaNeat.Tests.csproj' that targets 'net45'. [20:04:08][update] Could not install package 'System.Runtime 4.0.20'. You are trying to install this package into a project that targets '.NETFramework,Version=v4.5', but the package does not contain any assembly references or content files that are compatible with that framework. For more information, contact the package author. [20:04:08][update] Process exited with code 1 [20:04:09][Step 2/4] Step Restore NuGet packages (NuGet Installer) failed
I can't understand why it's insisting on adding the package. Everything builds fine on the agent machine in both Xamarin and Visual Studio.
I have spent two full days trying to figure this out. I have even tried explicitly adding a reference to a different version of System.Runtime to the packages.json file. Nuget still insists on the specified version.