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2020-02-26
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thomas08:02:15

I thought there was a lein ancient equivalent in for deps.edn but I could be wrong.

thomas08:02:27

and no idea what it would be called.

dominicm08:02:58

It's called depot

thomas08:02:18

maybe add that to your CI and fail/warn if there are updates?

dominicm08:02:27

But how will I make bajillions of money?

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dominicm08:02:33

I guess the aforementioned web service should probably be configured with a web hook attached. Then it can call you once the dependency needs updating.

dominicm08:02:46

As opposed to CI which only runs at check in

marcus08:02:53

Morning chaps!

thomas08:02:37

@dominicm no idea, sorry.

dominicm08:02:02

It's a shame we have no standard "open a pull request" api

dominicm08:02:12

I mean, I guess it could be configured to email a patch...

dominicm08:02:16

That's standard

thomas08:02:29

there is a now a CLI for GitHub isn't there? maybe use that?

dominicm08:02:52

There's been a cli for a long time, by github themselves. Called hub.

dominicm08:02:53

The point is that I'd want a web service that was very agnostic

dominicm09:02:01

https://github.com/isaacs/github/issues/1423 Apparently gitlab support email. Maybe it would be sufficient to create another service to turn emails into prs

dotemacs09:02:15

I was hoping that there might be something like http://libraries.io that still works. Because I’d want to keep an eye on libraries that are not just in Maven… It was more about being informed of the new releases rather than running something on the CI. Something that emails you with “hey, that lib that you were watching, there’s a new version…” There’s this: https://www.releasly.co/#home But it only monitors things on GitHub…

guy10:02:42

Morning

dharrigan10:02:03

@dotemacs https://bintray.com/bintray also offers a watch service, they do more than maven.

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