Round about one month ago we released a new feature which supports multiple files in one project. That is useful for almost every modern software project. Some package managers, such as Bundler, Composer, CocoaPods and others, generate anyway 2 files per project. Beside that many modern software projects are splittet up in frontend and backend. And many times there are different technologies and different package managers involved to handle the open source dependencies. That’s why it makes a lot of sense for VersionEye to support multiple files per project.
In the Web Interface you can merge already existing projects into another project. And of course you can “unmerge” them if you like. Now this 2 functions are available via the API as well.
Assume you have 2 projects with each 1 file. A Java project (ID: 222) with a simple pom.xml file for your backend and a…
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