May we have native nuget package published to nuget.org repository? it is very convenient way to update your solution once the new version is released
Do you mean .NET native? For the .NET SDK, we don’t have a date yet for this. I created a ticket to track it, though: https://issues.couchbase.com/browse/NCBC-959. We are also investigating changing the underlying SDK dependencies to DNX. Once again, no date for that ATM; here is the ticket: https://issues.couchbase.com/browse/NCBC-960
Nope, by native I mean unmanaged. In this particular case, your C libcouchbase.
More about native NuGet packages
According to http://coapp.org/tutorials/building-a-package.html, it seems to be quite a handful. At this point it’s probably not a priority, however I’ll be glad to provide assistance (from the library side) if you want to try and create your own package.
Here is a general .autopkg file for the most recent vc11 runtime 2.5.6 version of the CSDK. One thing I had to do was merge the x86 and amd64 zips into one folder structure. lib_x86 and bin_x86 were created under a parent folder.
I leave it to the couchbase team to put in more accurate stuff. I intend to use this template internally in our own nuget repo.