The Gradle team is pleased to announce the availability of Gradle 1.10. This release brings bug fixes, richer progress reporting when running a build, a shouldRunAfter task ordering, command line test selection, improvements to the native binary (e.g. C++) support and more. Thank you to all who contributed feedback during the development of 1.10, and a special thanks to those who submitted pull requests for code or documentation.
For detailed information on the new features, improvements and fixes please see the release notes.
Gradle 1.10 will be the last release of 2013. We are excited that since releasing Gradle 1.0 in June 2012, the Gradle team has delivered 9 subsequent releases, averaging a release every 8 weeks. We would like to thank all who have been part of Gradle’s increasing success through 2013. There are many exciting new features in the pipeline for 2014. For example, an improved way of dealing with snapshot dependencies and a richer and faster Gradle configuration model.
Don’t forget about the 2nd Gradle Summit to be held 12th to June 14th, 2014 in Santa Clara, California at the Hyatt Regency. For more information about the Gradle Summit and for registration, please visit gradlesummit.com.
Watch our blog for an announcement of the further lineup of speakers and the call for papers.