I only noticed this announcement today - https://github.blog/2019-05-10-introducing-github-package-registry - would be pretty cool to host private packages that use internally. What do people use currently for internal dependency management?
Hex has a payed option for private packages + private docs hosting, which works very well.
Also using Hex private package management. It’s pretty seamless for me.
I still make use of github but probably won’t for package management. Likely people have better ways of doing things but my approach to development with multiple packages has been to have an environment based switch in mix.exs that will load the path based dependency in dev and the hex package for stage/production.
Just thought I’d chime in here.
The Elixir team recently releasted MiniRepo which aims to be a bare bones hex repository that can be self hosted. However, I am super stoked for the GitHub Package Registry. Would love to see hex support added. I wonder if GitHub has some sort of formal process for adding support for a registry.