One popup less, Gradle chooses an JRE

(Niels Baloe) #1

Hi all,

Thanks for the great work, I love buildship! Great interface inside Eclipse.

I do have one suggestion: perhaps it’s a good idea to leave out the popup after a Commit&Push operation. I can’t speak for others, but I’m always confused: it feels like an error message because nowadays in GUIs you don’t have any feedback when an IDE-action has finished successfully, popups are only for errors or warnings. If I want to see what happened successfully, I prefer to look in the console. I’m usually somewhere digging my head in some code, and then a popup confuses me telling me for me not really necessary stuff for a commit&Push I did two minutes before that.

One thing we couldn’t solve in our very very complex gradle scripts: Gradle picks a JRE system Library Eclipse profile, but for some legacy swing stuff we need a JDK, not a JRE. I found a lot of info on this, but no fix. My idea: why can’t you just pick the Workspace default system library by default? Is there any objection against doing so?

Thanksfor any feedback!

(Stefan Oehme) #2

Hi Niels,

Thank you very much, we’re happy to hear that :slight_smile:

That’s unrelated to Buildship, you’ll have to talk to the Eclipse EGit developers about that.

By default Gradle uses the execution environment that matches your targetCompatibility. You can use eclipse.jdt.javaRuntimeName = "someSpecificJdkName" to configure any specific JRE/JDK instead.

Because that’s generally not the best match for your build. The execution environment is a much safer default.