When running ./gradlew eclipse in then I do get the .project but the .classpath is missing. It says “eclipseClasspath SKIPPED” (whereas no SKIPPED for eclipseJdt, eclipseProject, xtendEclipseSettings, eclipse). With an -i I see something about “as task onlyIf is false”, but that doesn’t mean much to me.
For some reason it seems to think that it should not generate the .classpath but I want it, it’s missing! How to “force” it / convince it that it has to be generated? - Where is the “source” of eclipseClasspath so that I can “see” the definition of its onlyIf? How to see the runtime details of the underlying onlyIf expression evaluation to understand the root cause?