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Gradle builds gallery ?

evgenyg
Hi,

I was thinking we can add a page to Gradle Wiki where people will provide links to their Gradle builds with short description of Greadle features used: multi-project builds, CodeNarc/code-quality plugin, code coverage reports, special plugins used, etc. Since lots of projects using Gradle are open-sourced and are hosted in public repos, this can be a nice gallery of links to actual Gradle builds.

Then it would be easier for people to search for specific examples of using or doing X in his build or getting in touch with a person who accomplished this already.
What do you say?


Best regards,
Evgeny


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Re: Gradle builds gallery ?

Leo Mekenkamp
You mean something like this?

On 14 June 2011 16:01, Evgeny Goldin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I was thinking we can add a page to Gradle Wiki where people will provide links to their Gradle builds with short description of Greadle features used: multi-project builds, CodeNarc/code-quality plugin, code coverage reports, special plugins used, etc. Since lots of projects using Gradle are open-sourced and are hosted in public repos, this can be a nice gallery of links to actual Gradle builds.

Then it would be easier for people to search for specific examples of using or doing X in his build or getting in touch with a person who accomplished this already.
What do you say?


Best regards,
Evgeny



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Re: Gradle builds gallery ?

Philippe Lhoste
On 14/06/2011 16:07, Leo Mekenkamp wrote:
> You mean something like this <http://docs.codehaus.org/display/GRADLE/Cookbook>?

That's not quite the same thing (even if the cookbook is worthwhile).
I found also interesting to look at some Gradle build scripts (in GitHub or others) of
real projects (often when mentioned in this list). I found some interesting techniques there.

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evgenyg
Yes, Cookbook has its own place in Gradle wiki and can be very helpful as well. But it needs to be maintained separately and can become outdated when libraries evolve and versions change.

Real build files of real projects contain 100% working code rather than copy/pasted examples and therefore can be another source of a valuable learning experience.

If nobody objects, I can start working on a Wiki page later.
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Evgeny
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Szczepan Faber
> I can start working on a Wiki page later.

Sure, go ahead :)

Cheers!

On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 1:06 PM, evgenyg <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Yes, Cookbook has its own place in Gradle wiki and can be very helpful as
> well. But it needs to be maintained separately and can become outdated when
> libraries evolve and versions change.
>
> Real build files of real projects contain 100% working code rather than
> copy/pasted examples and therefore can be another source of a valuable
> learning experience.
>
> If nobody objects, I can start working on a Wiki page later.
>
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> Best regards,
>
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> evgeny-goldin.com
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rstudner
The Geb build files are a great resource for examples.. I imagine Luke, given his latest job change, might be inclined to have them up there hehe

Roger




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June 16, 2011 8:32 AM

I can start working on a Wiki page later.

Sure, go ahead :)

Cheers!

On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 1:06 PM, evgenyg [hidden email] wrote:
Yes, Cookbook has its own place in Gradle wiki and can be very helpful as
well. But it needs to be maintained separately and can become outdated when
libraries evolve and versions change.

Real build files of real projects contain 100% working code rather than
copy/pasted examples and therefore can be another source of a valuable
learning experience.

If nobody objects, I can start working on a Wiki page later.

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Evgeny

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June 15, 2011 7:06 AM

Yes, Cookbook has its own place in Gradle wiki and can be very helpful as
well. But it needs to be maintained separately and can become outdated when
libraries evolve and versions change.

Real build files of real projects contain 100% working code rather than
copy/pasted examples and therefore can be another source of a valuable
learning experience.

If nobody objects, I can start working on a Wiki page later.

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Best regards,

Evgeny

evgeny-goldin.com

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June 14, 2011 10:26 AM



That's not quite the same thing (even if the cookbook is worthwhile).
I found also interesting to look at some Gradle build scripts (in GitHub or others) of real projects (often when mentioned in this list). I found some interesting techniques there.



[hidden email]
June 14, 2011 10:07 AM

You mean something like this?




[hidden email]
June 14, 2011 10:01 AM

Hi,

I was thinking we can add a page to Gradle Wiki where people will provide links to their Gradle builds with short description of Greadle features used: multi-project builds, CodeNarc/code-quality plugin, code coverage reports, special plugins used, etc. Since lots of projects using Gradle are open-sourced and are hosted in public repos, this can be a nice gallery of links to actual Gradle builds.

Then it would be easier for people to search for specific examples of using or doing X in his build or getting in touch with a person who accomplished this already.
What do you say?


Best regards,
Evgeny


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evgenyg
Right. I was thinking to review all major Gradle users and make a list of their builds, accompanied by a list of Gradle features used.

Best regards,
Evgeny
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