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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 4.8, Package name: gradle-4.8, Maintainer: asiekierka

Gradle is a Java based build tool which allows creating
project build scripts using a domain-specific language
based on Groovy.


Required to run:
[shells/bash] [lang/openjdk8]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 678668676905441de9fc214a63cba1e938fd2c77
RMD160: 317bd8d2b67ae5b665638f55844c93bcaacd5b9a
Filesize: 74106.46 KB

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   2018-06-05 11:15:31 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
devel/gradle: Update to 4.8.0.

- Dependency locking
- Improvements to publishing plugins:
  - Signing Plugin now supports signing all artifacts of a publication
  - Maven Publish Plugin now provides a dedicated, type-safe DSL to
    customize the POM generated as part of a Maven publication
  - Ivy Publish Plugin now provides a dedicated, type-safe DSL to
    customize the Ivy module descriptor generated as part of an Ivy
    publication
  - Configuration-wide dependency excludes are now published
- The maven-publish and ivy-publish plugins are now considered stable
  and use of the maven plugin is discouraged as it will eventually be
  deprecated
- User experience for incremental annotation processing is improved.
- Compilation will no longer fail when a processor does something that
  Gradle detects will not work incrementally
- Unused non-incremental processors no longer prevent incremental
  compilation
- Annotation processors are now able to decide dynamically if they are
  incremental or not
- Kotlin DSL 0.17.5
   2018-04-19 09:56:39 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
devel/gradle: Update to 4.7.

- Gradle's incremental Java compiler can now run annotation processing
  incrementally.
- Support for Gradle builds with JDK 10
- Gradle log output is now grouped by task for non-interactive
  execution.
- Failed tests now run first. Together with the --fail-fast option it
  provides the quickest possible feedback loop.
- Incubating new capability for Kotlin DSL users: precompiled script
  plugins.
- Kotlin DSL v0.16 also includes Kotlin 1.2.31, a more consistent API,
  better IDE support, and more.
   2018-03-25 23:59:40 by David Brownlee | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
Fix reference to gradle-launcher-....jar by using PKGVERSION_NOREV. Bump PKGREVISION
   2018-03-08 22:00:29 by Maya Rashish | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
gradle: allow overriding JAVA_HOME with env variables.

from Nathan Arthur in PR pkg/53083
   2018-03-02 11:28:58 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
devel/gradle: Update to 4.6

== Gradle 4.6

- JUnit 5 support
- Fail fast option for Test tasks
- Allow declared reasons for dependency and resolution rules
- Dependency constraints for transitive dependencies
- BOM import
- Support for optional dependencies in POM consumption
- Compile/runtime scope separation in POM consumption
- Customizable metadata file resolution
- Convenient declaration of annotation processor dependencies
- Tasks API allows custom command-line options
- Rich command-line arguments for Test, JavaExec or Exec tasks
- Logging options for debugging build caching
- Caching for Scala compilation when using the play plugin
- Improved Visual Studio IDE support for multi-project builds
- Improvements in gradle-native plugins
- Documentation updates
- Honour cache-expiry settings in the presence of detached
  configurations
- Default JaCoCo version upgraded to 0.8.0
- Build cache and task output caching marked stable
- TestKit marked stable
- CompileOptions.annotationProcessorPath now stable
- Bugfixes

Release notes:

  https://docs.gradle.org/4.6/release-notes.html

== Gradle 4.5.1

- Fixed regression in 4.5 where in some rare cases a dependency could
  be imported into a different scope than the one declared
- Fixed problem where NullPointerException could be observed if the
  parent build finished before the different composites
- Fixed regression in Eclipse project generation that could cause a
  sub-project to be added as a dependency to itself

== Gradle 4.5

- C/C++ compilation improvements
- ANTLR task is now cacheable by default
- Documentation enhancements
- Signing artifacts with gpg-agent
- Reduced deprecation logging in console
- Init task can now generate Kotlin DSL build scripts
- New plugin APIs
- Default CodeNarc has been upgraded to 1.0
- Configure executable directory in distributions
- Arbitrary task property names
- Bugfixes

Release notes:

  https://docs.gradle.org/4.5/release-notes.html
   2018-01-02 10:38:03 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update devel/gradle to 4.4.1.

- We started shipping JGit 4.5.3.201708160445-r in Gradle 4.4. Some of
  the non-shaded JGit resources leaked into the gradleApi() dependency
  and caused problems in some builds. We now shade all of JGit's
  resources.
- Some builds using Kotlin DSL had problems applying the build-scan
  plugin in Gradle 4.4. We've updated to kotlin-dsl 0.13.2.
- Gradle 4.4 contained changes to internal APIs that broke the popular
  Nebula dependency lock plugin. This release restores binary
  compatibility for that plugin.
   2017-12-19 15:05:18 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update devel/gradle to 4.4.

- Visual Studio 2017 is now supported.
- The eclipse plugin now provides separate output folders
- Kotlin DSL updated to version 0.13
- Support version ranges in parent elements of a POM
- Better incremental builds and build cache support for C/C++
- Support for the combination of Play 2.6 and Scala 2.12
- Takes all plugin repositories into account and can resolve
  transitive plugin dependencies across them.
   2017-11-16 15:52:21 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Update devel/gradle to 4.3.1.

This bug-fix release addresses several regressions in Gradle 4.3.

- Gradle 4.3 introduced an improvement where an error in resolving a
  module from one repository would prevent Gradle from searching for
  that same module in subsequent repositories. However, the change to
  abort searching repositories on all unrecognized errors proved to be
  too aggressive. With 4.3.1, only repository timeout errors will
  prevent Gradle from searching for a module in a subsequent repository.
- Moreover, the connection and socket timeouts for HTTP/HTTPS requests
  have been increased to 30 seconds.
- This version of Gradle also removes an overload of
  TaskInputs.property which caused statically compiled plugin code to
  use the wrong method when calling TaskInputs.property(..., null).
- Finally, when using --scan the build scan plugin is applied before
  other plugins to avoid rendering a warning message.