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Depfu Error: No dependency files found #1

depfu bot opened this issue Oct 3, 2019 · 1 comment

Depfu Error: No dependency files found #1

depfu bot opened this issue Oct 3, 2019 · 1 comment


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@depfu depfu bot commented Oct 3, 2019


We've tried to activate or update your repository on Depfu and couldn't find any supported dependency files. If we were to guess, we would say that this is not actually a project Depfu supports and has probably been activated by error.


Please note that Depfu currently only searches for your dependency files in the root folder. We do support monorepos and non-root files, but don't auto-detect them. If that's the case with this repo, please send us a quick email with the folder you want Depfu to work on and we'll set it up right away!

How to deactivate the project

  • Go to the Settings page of either your own account or the organization you've used
  • Go to "Installed Integrations"
  • Click the "Configure" button on the Depfu integration
  • Remove this repo (oznakn/SDatabase) from the list of accessible repos.

Please note that using the "All Repositories" setting doesn't make a lot of sense with Depfu.

If you think that this is a mistake

Please let us know by sending an email to

This is an automated issue by Depfu. You're getting it because someone configured Depfu to automatically update dependencies on this project.


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