The Leiningen plugin is a newer offering. It tends to be more accurate (since it won’t parse your project.clj, having it evaluated by Leiningen instead). However the :upgrade option will not be supported (since the plugin cannot always know if a given dependency came from a specific profile, middleware, etc).
In order to use it, add the following plugin to your project.clj (or $HOME/.lein/profiles.clj):
:plugins [[com.github.liquidz/antq "RELEASE"]]
;; optional - you can add antq options here:
Then, run lein antq.
Antq can work with GitHub Actions. See antq’s workflow for concrete example.
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