Hello - I’m new to Buildship and fairly new to Gradle. I have a build working from the command line (Windows 10), and I imported it with Buildship and it builds with that too. A couple of behaviors I did not expect though:
Building from Eclipse seems to not respect the build cache generated from the command-line build, and vice versa. If I do a build from Eclipse, then “gradle build” from the command line, it rebuilds everything. At first I thought it might be the gradle version being different, but even after changing Eclipse to point to my external Gradle installation (4.8), it did not fix it. What is causing this?
I do not want Buildship to create Eclipse projects for my Gradle subprojects. I manually deleted the Eclipse projects, but doing a refresh adds them back. In my Eclipse workspace, I have a multiple top-level projects, often differing only by branch name. For example, I have top-level project names like: R19.1, R19.2, etc., each containing the same directory structures. I have subprojects named: interfaces, IDL, xsd, wsdl, core. So it creates an unwanted situation in the Navigator view where my project list is: core, IDL, interfaces, R19.1, R19.2, wsdl, xsd. The subprojects really don’t make sense if there are multiple top-level projects in the workspace. Is there any way to avoid this (other than having a workspace for each top-level project, where it might be OK to have them be Eclipse projects)?