Wanna-be lein-ancient and more for Boot. Also consider
boot show --updates which is a built-in task listing dependencies with newer releases.
ancienttask, which lists outdated dependencies
latesttask, which shows latest version of a library
- More to come, PRs welcome
[boot-deps "0.1.9"] ;; latest release
This is mostly intended for Terminal usage as of now:
$ boot -d boot-deps ancient Searching for outdated dependencies... Currently using [om "0.7.3"] but 0.8.0-beta3 is available Currently using [boot-garden "1.2.5"] but 1.2.5-1 is available $ boot -d boot-deps latest -l org.clojure/clojure -q Searching for latest version of [org.clojure/clojure]...: 1.7.0-RC1
If you want to have
boot-deps available globally you can add it to your
$BOOT_HOME is set to
boot -h for details) like so:
(set-env! :dependencies '[[boot-deps "RELEASE"]]) (require '[boot-deps :refer [ancient]])
[s snapshots bool "allow SNAPSHOT versions to be reported as new" q qualified bool "allow alpha, beta, etc... versions to be reported as new" a all bool "allow SNAPSHOT and qualified versions to be reported as new"]
Copyright Martin Klepsch 2014.
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.