All instructions followed. Attempting to run a "dotnet nuget push".
warn : No API Key was provided and no API Key could be found for 'https://nuget.pkg.github.com/ORGANIZATION'. To save an API Key for a source use the 'setApiKey' command.
info : Pushing PACKAGE.nupkg to 'https://nuget.pkg.github.com/ORGANIZATION'...
info : PUT https://nuget.pkg.github.com/ORGANIZATION/
info : An error was encountered when fetching 'PUT https://nuget.pkg.github.com/ORGANIZATION/'. The request will now be retried.
info : An error occurred while sending the request.
info : The response ended prematurely.
Thank you for being here! Unfortunately, at present - we only support the documented build tools and clients, in this case
I will however pass this back as a feature request, and this is something we are exploring going forwards - as each of these package formats support a wide range of build tools and clients beyond the 'default' option.
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I also am attempting to use this feature, exactly as documented here, and getting exactly the same error message. I've tried both with `dotnet nuget push` and regular `nuget push`.
Unfortunately, the error / incorrect documentation make this feature a non-starter for my company as well.
There is a workaround using curl here https://github.com/NuGet/Home/issues/8580#issuecomment-555696372, at least until GitHub fixes problem of not allowing the apiToken to work directly using the nuget push command.