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Be aware about new available libs

 
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Hello all,

I have a web app which use several librairies like, solr, hornetq, guava ...
I use maven and jenkins also. But about 3 years, all our libraries are out of date. I search a means which allowing to be aware about a new lib version. Example, when Solr publish a new version about their library, keeps us informed.
Do you know a maven, jenkins, webapp, means ... which allow to be aware about new available lib version ?

thank you very much.

Best regards,

Adrien
 
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I'm not aware of anything that will automatically notify you of a newer version to a maven dependency. But I do know of this goal that will tell you if newer versions are available.


You have to run it manually, but it's better than nothing.
 
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Thank its perfect ! But do you know the same thing for javascript libraries in the webapp which aren't managed by maven ?
 
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Not unless you're using some other dependency management tool for those. If you're defining your js dependencies manually then you're going to have to check for newer versions manually too.
 
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