“Parses your project’s dependencies and notifies you when new versions are released or they need to be updated.” For python, ruby, node, php, etc. (via @dracos)
“Monitors the requirements of your project and notify you whenever a dependency is outdated.” (via @mrchrisadams)
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A bug in the automated rights system led to a lot of articles disappearing. Another one for the “transitory nature of the web” file.
@sonia__harris I don’t know! I can’t even see how to get the Flash embed. Obviously not so smart :/
@dracos Ah, it’s working now - must have just needed some time to fetch stuff.
@dracos Yes, I don't understand.
@dracos Maybe I'm missing something… the project I added has a couple of modules with newer versions, but Gemnasium thinks all is well.
@dracos Ooh, ta, that looks like just what I had in mind…
@migurski Me too - but on a long-running project I like to occasionally go and update modules and fix anything that now needs it.
@MetaGrrrl So long as we can complete more than one historical year per contemporary year, we should get it all done eventually!
@MetaGrrrl Well, obviously. In the past I've pondered a Wikipedia for listing everyone not notable enough to have a Wikipedia entry…
@MetaGrrrl Well thank you, but a few "good" things obviously isn't "notable" :)
@Carfolio Fair enough. I kind of wondered if there was some handy service, that'd also tell you what was new in each update.
@Carfolio Maybe… but what if your project doesn't get built often, and you want to keep it up to date?
@Carfolio I knew someone would say that! :)
(I mean, more automated than manually typing `pip list --outdated` every so often.)
Is there an easy way to know when there are updates to python modules you've used on a project? Say, those listed in a requirements.txt?
@alaric You're not the first to suggest this. I'm obviously a natural entwickler. Let me know if you need any wickling, ent or otherwise.
@pixellent I try not to make a big deal of my entwickling. Anyone could do it! You just have to really want it.
A bit puzzled as to why I've earned a page on the German Wikipedia (which is entirely about Pepys' Diary): de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Gyfo…