This is a follow up on the “Maven local issues” discussion from the gradle-dev mailing list. But as this follow up is more user oriented, I decided to post it here rather than replying to that thread.
As pointed out on the mailing list there really are a number of combos to consider. The 2 specifically I use most and have question about are:
- sharing from gradle build to maven locally - as I understand it, GRADLE-2762 (via John’s Pull Request) solves this when using mavenLocal() * sharing from one gradle build to another locally - as I understand it there is no concept currently of building the SNAPSHOT in a way to share it locally with another build. Instead I’d need to publish the SNAPSHOT to my remote repository and have the second build pull the SNAPSHOT down from the remote repository, and make sure I remember to use --refresh-dependencies so that it actually does pull it down. Is there a better way for this scenario as of this moment? And if not, is there a Jira I can watch/follow for this feature?
P.S. Out of curiosity, even though I voted for GRADLE-2762 and added myself as a watcher I never got any emails sent to me when it was resolved. Does Gradle Jira simply not send notification emails? And if so, why not?