I am using gradle tooling api and I encountered the following scenario.
There is a project that applies a certain plugin P which creates a task T only if the property shouldApplyP is passed.
Hence, if you will run
./gradlew tasks --all you won’t see task T, but if you will run
./gradlew -PshouldApplyP tasks --all you will see task T.
In gradle tooling api, once a
ProjectConnection has created I can do
But I can’t see this specific task. Is there a way to pass the project connection this property
-PshouldApplyP so it will be presented in the