New PDF release: Gradle Effective Implementation Guide

By Hubert Klein Ikkink

ISBN-10: 1849518106

ISBN-13: 9781849518109

Create Gradle construct scripts from transparent examples. Write construct common sense with the Gradle construct language. assemble, attempt and payment your Java, Scala and Groovy functions. Write your personal customized projects and plugins. Use Gradle on continous integrations servers Jenkins, TeamCity and Bamboo. combine Gradle with Eclipse and IntelliJ suggestion.

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437 secs Gradle daemon We already learned that Gradle is executed in a Java Virtual Machine, and each time we invoke the gradle command, a new Java Virtual Machine is started, the Gradle classes and libraries are loaded, and the build is executed. We can reduce the build execution time if we don't have to load a JVM, Gradle classes, and libraries, each time we execute a build. The command-line option, --daemon, starts a new Java process that will have all Gradle classes and libraries already loaded, and then we execute the build.

Name}" } task 'one' { // Invoke doFirst method to add action. doFirst printTaskName } // assign action through left-shift operator (<<) task 'two' << printTaskName task 'three' { // This line will be displayed during configuration // and not when we execute the task, // because we use the configuration closure // and forgot the << operator. println "Running three" } defaultTasks 'one', 'two' Skipping tasks Sometimes, we want tasks to be excluded from a build. In certain circumstances, we just want to skip a task and continue executing other tasks.

The result of the closure must be true or false. If the task must be skipped, the result of the closure must be false, otherwise the task is executed. The task object is passed as a parameter to the closure. Gradle evaluates the closure just before the task is executed. 823 secs We can invoke the onlyIf method multiple times for a task. If one of the predicates returns false, the task is skipped. Spec interface. The Spec interface has one method: isSatisfiedBy. We must write an implementation and return true if the task must be executed or false if we want the task to be skipped.

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