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2017-04-17
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wottis03:04:05

how to use pods within tasks?

wottis03:04:57

the task option dsl wiki page says that the long-name option names are available in the body of the task. but as soon as there's something like (boot.pod/with-pod (boot.pod/make-pod (get-env)) &body) that doesn't seem to be true anymore.

jjmojojjmojo13:04:48

is there a way to check for newer versions of my build.boot :dependencies?

micha13:04:04

@jjmojojjmojo DUDE!

micha13:04:16

how's it going?

jjmojojjmojo13:04:24

lots of old deps, omg

micha13:04:32

haha yes you can do boot show -u

jjmojojjmojo13:04:22

so things... it's been, you know, stuff and junk

micha13:04:45

yeah, it's good to see you again

dave14:04:44

sup @jjmojojjmojo !

dave14:04:05

for convenience, i have this in my profile.boot:

(set-env! :dependencies '[[boot-deps "0.1.6"]])

(require '[boot-deps :refer (ancient)])

dave14:04:31

then regardless of what project i'm in, i can run boot ancient and it will tell me which dependencies have newer versions available

jjmojojjmojo15:04:43

nice! thanks ❤️

seancorfield17:04:43

boot/new 0.5.2 was just released with improvements for Boot/Leiningen template handling: the error messages when a template cannot be found/loaded have been improved; the README explains the workflow for developing/testing a new template. Thanks to @mobileink for that!