Maybe you’ve noticed it already, we improved VersionEye’s GitHub Single Page App.
This app is responsible for displaying your GitHub repositories and enabling you to toggle the branches you want to import into VersionEye. Then VersionEye would monitor library dependences for the selected branch.
This already worked quite well on the last version of the Github app. Except it had a limitation of only monitor the first project file it found in your root directory. But more and more projects use multiple programming languages and package managers for one project and this also means project directory layouts will become more complex.
So the recent version of this app now displays ALL supported project files in ALL subdirectorys next to the branch toggle. It looks like this:
Now you’re able to see all project files we support and you can choose the file we should monitor for you. Not only are project files in the root directory displayed, but all project files we can find. This feature should be much more flexible and gives you more freedom regarding your project’s directory layout.
Let us know what you think. Your feedback is very welcome.