In my company I am creating a custom gradle distribution that I am hosting on an internal HTTP location. The users projects are configured via the gradle wrapper to point to this location.
What I’m seeing though is if I make updates to the distribution and push it out to the HTTP location, the users desktops don’t see that the distribution has changed and therefore do not re-download it.
Basically what I need to accomplish is to have 1 location where the users desktops point to so they always have the latest version of the distribution. I don’t want to (& really can’t) go out to every single project (close to 1,000 projects) and have them modify their gradle-wrapper.properties to point to a new “version” of the custom distribution file out on the HTTP location. I want do set up the wrapper once on each project and then have the projects always see a new version of the distribution if I should choose to push a new one out.