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Subject [fineract] 01/01: add new Dependency Upgrades section to README
Date Tue, 19 May 2020 20:52:03 GMT
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commit a0c57039385b4eb15f54992bf8fb5b382b689d9c
Author: Michael Vorburger ⛑️ <>
AuthorDate: Tue May 19 22:51:55 2020 +0200

    add new Dependency Upgrades section to README
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@@ -291,6 +291,15 @@ them in different commits. This helps review to review your code faster.
 We have an automated Bot which marks pull requests as "stale" after a while, and ultimately
automatically closes them.
+Dependency Upgrades
+This project uses a number of 3rd-party libraries, and this section provides some guidance
for their updates. We have set-up [Renovate's bot](
to automatically raise Pull Requests for our review when new dependencies are available [FINERACT-962](
+Upgrades sometimes require package name changes.  Changed code should ideally have test coverage.
+Our `ClasspathHellDuplicatesCheckRuleTest` detects classes that appear in more than 1 JAR.
 If a version bump in [`build.gradle`](
causes changes in transitives dependencies, then you may have to add related `exclude` to
our [`dependencies.gradle`](
 Running `./gradlew dependencies` helps to understand what is required.

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