We have a large multiproject build that uses the java plugin. All the dependencies are respected when running any of the traditional commands (build, jar, etc). However, we have a custom plugin that we developed that does some different processing (cpp type stuff, not the cpp plugin). When we run any of the tasks created by the plugin, it seems to ignore the dependencies as defined.
As an example, our plugin adds the following tasks: win32, win32_x64, linux_x86, linux_x64, qnx_ppc. Wen I run gradlew win32 (or any of the others) it ignores the dependencies and simply runs in alphabetical order.
I’m sure there is info I need to provide, but not sure what that would be. Does anybody have any ideas on how to get a custom plugin to honor the dependencies or what information do I need to post to help resolve this?
TIA, Bill Smith