Not using it explicitly. I think I had it for years, occasionally updating it. Guess from the era of the previous interceptor...? The 1.4.0 nuget has been hanging as an "update available" for quite some time and I generally tend to keep my packages up to date. Thought maybe it was an oversight.
I'd suspect if I remove the interceptor and algorithmia, then install interceptor it will pull algorithmia 1.3.6, but then algorithmia will be again in the "update available" list or?
Please give it a try, and tell us if you get the update message back.
Removed interceptor from several projects, then algorithmia, "Saved all" -> Build -> Build failed -> Install interceptor -> Build -> Success -> Refresh nuget view -> algorithmia is in the update view.
To confirm this: VS 2019 -> New console project targeting 4.7.2 -> Nuget: add interceptor (SD.Tools.OrmProfiler.Interceptor.NetFull) 2.0.0 -> 3 are nugets installed, algorithmia being 1.3.6. "Updates" view is suggesting to update it to 1.4.0
I think the upper limit on 1.4 is the problem, combined with the fact that nuget apparently can't understand that if you indirectly reference assembly A you shouldn't be offered an update as it's not directly referenced by you. This info isn't in the csproj however so all they have is the version of the algorithmia reference.
We'll change the upper limit to 1.99 so the issue should go away. We'll push a new interceptor package later today to fix this.