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dieter dependencies are not pulled in so I pulled them in myself. `lein dieter-precompile` reports that the task does not exist, `lein with-profile dev dieter-precompile` reports the same.
(defproject melnitz "1.0.0-SNAPSHOT"
:description "Sorts the mail (from an Exchange server) and presents it in a dashboard so you can act on it instead of trying to figure out threads on your own."
:url ""
:dependencies [[com.edgecase/dieter "0.4.0"]
[commons-httpclient/commons-httpclient "3.1"]
[commons-logging/commons-logging-api "1.1"]
[ "1.2"]
[org.clojure/clojure "1.4.0"]
[org.samba.jcifs/jcifs "1.3.3"]
[cheshire "5.0.2"]
[clj-yaml "0.4.0"]
[compojure "1.1.5"]
[fleet "0.10.1"]
; dieter dependencies
[ring/ring-core "1.1.8"]
[clj-time "0.4.4"]
[ "r1592"]
[clj-v8 "0.1.4"]
[clj-v8-native "0.1.4"]
[org.mozilla/rhino "1.7R4"]
[org.clojure/clojure "1.4.0"]]
:repositories {"project" "file:repo"}
:plugins [[lein-ring "0.8.2"]]
:ring {:handler melnitz.handler/app}
{:dev {:dependencies [[ring-mock "0.1.3"]
[lein-dieter-precompile "0.2.0"]]}})
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Note: I uploaded dieter to my local repository so I could use master instead of the released version, 0.3.0. The transitive dependencies worked fine when pulling from, but not when reading the jar locally.

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Do I understand it correctly that the issue is with Dieter from master not pulling down its dependencies because it is installed into the local repo (presumably with lein install)?

If so, I'd recommend pushing your own jar to clojars (say, as adamstegman/dieter) or using Leiningen checkouts until you can get EdgeCase developers to cut a new release (0.4.0-beta1).

Another option is to use Leiningen checkouts feature. Both checkouts and artifact publishing are described in the Leiningen tutorial. You will need a account, everything else is pretty straightforward (not harder than publishing a gem).

If you go with publishing your own Dieter artifact, please make sure to use your own group name!

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Aha, lein install worked! I wasn't aware of that command. I was using mvn deploy:deploy-file. This worked and was much easier. Thank you! Now if I can get dieter to return me the correct asset paths, I'll be in business.

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