Gradle 1.2 released

We are excited to announce the release of Gradle 1.2. This release comes with improved dependency reporting, a polished --continue functionality, bug fixes and significantly lower memory usage. We have also added parallel builds and build comparison/upgrading as incubating features. Have a look at the release notes.

There is a new chapter in the user guide on our contract regarding public, incubating, deprecated and internal functionality.

We have also written a quick outlook on the 1.3 release.

Don’t forget to check out our upcoming Gradle webinars.

For a deep immersion into the Gradle universe you might want to join an in-depth class with one of the Gradle core developers.

First - congratulation - I’m planning to use Gradle for some time, hopefully I’ll get to it and get rid of… you know who. :slight_smile:

Second - please check your HTML documentation - both in FF and Chrome font looks a bit awful and “e” doesn’t have the central bar on 100% zoom (you have to zoom it in):

Can you please fix the styles or font? Thank you (Windows 7 BTW)

Hi Virgo, can you please send me a screenshot of what you are seeing

Here it is, IE is fine, the rest not.

AH! I see I’m not the only one, although I got no respond to

Just thought this might be only a problem for us poor Windows users, and the Gradle guys, well they look onto the world thru an apple.

I’m moving all discussion of this problem to this forum topic.

Hi everyone,

First of all congrats for new release.

I am trying to run my project on jetty using gradle

but facing some problems

I have added the details to the gradle forum but i am not getting any reply

Link to the forum

Please help

Its really very important