I’m quite new to Gradle and I’m writing a plugin (https://github.com/jpragey/commonmark-gradle-plugin ) that transtale Common Markdown to HTML. The commonmark-java library it uses creates only HTML fragments, so it needs to be included in some template page, to get proper
The task currently delegates this formatting to a
Closure<String> htmlBuilder property, for maximum flexibility. Delegating to a real templating engine (and a real template file) requires only a few lines of code, that can be included in the gradle build file.
All this is perfectly fine, until I tried to add Input/Output annotations to task properties. A
Closure<String> is probably not really an input, but may refer to an input template file…
So I don’t know how to annotate this property.
Any thought ?
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