How to make Gradle publish separate projects in a Multi-project builds to different repositories?


(kavin kankeshwar) #1

I have a multi project build, e.g.

project-parent ├── build.gradle ├── project-distTar │ └── build.gradle ├── project-jar1 │ └── build.gradle └── project-jar2

└── build.gradle

From the above example, I want to publish the project-jar1 and project-jar2 which would be normal jar’s to Artifactory and project-distTar which would be tar.gz to Nexus. How can i possibly achieve this using Gradle ?


(Peter Niederwieser) #2

Gradle’s publishing is configured per-project, so it isn’t any harder (or different) to publish to separate repositories than to the same repository. For more information on publishing in general, see the Gradle User Guide.


(kavin kankeshwar) #3

Thanks, Thats great news! Sorry am new to Gradle, So in the parent Gradle file, i have sub projects configured to all publish and resolve from one repo, Can I over ride this in one of the subproject to publish to other repo and resolve from main repo ?

Is there any best practices or sample Gradle files doing something like this ?

Also how would i manage credentials so only the CI is able to publish ?