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project.clj Version 1.1.0.


This lein plugin performs one of the lein tasks (clean, deps, compile, jar, uberjar, install) on the current project and makes sure that the dependency projects which linked in the "checkouts" folder are built as well.


You can use this plugin in a single project by specifying the following in its project.clj:

:plugins [[lein-checkouts "1.1.0"]]

To be able to use the plugin in every project, add it to your ~/.lein/profiles.clj like this:

{:user {:plugins [[lein-checkouts "1.1.0"]]}}


When using leiningen you can use so called "checkout dependencies" by creating a "checkouts" folder that contains symbolic links on other projects you want to use without having to build them.

This plugin enables you to build and install all of those dependency projects for a release of your project (e.g. jar, uberjar).

Depending on the specified task different actions are performed on the dependency projects.

  • clean, deps, install: The task is executed for the project and its dependency projects.
  • jar, uberjar: All dependency projects are "install"ed and the given task is executed on the current project.


Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Gunnar Völkel

Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.

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