Upgrade to gradle7 from 6.8.3

Hello,

I am upgrading from gradle 6.8.3 to gradle 7.
I am finding issues in translating the mavenLocalPublishing task in build.gradle with multiple artifacts.

in 6.8.3 - this was working

if (project.hasProperty('repositoryBaseURL')) {
	uploadArchives {
		repositories {
			mavenDeployer {
				//Repository details defined in ~/.gradle/gradle.properties
				repository(url: repositoryBaseURL + repositoryRelPath ) {
					authentication(userName: repositoryPublishUser, password: repositoryPublishPassword)
				}
				addFilter('X') {artifact, file -> artifact.name == 'X'}
				addFilter('Y') {artifact, file -> artifact.name == 'Y'}
				addFilter('P') {artifact, file -> artifact.name == 'P'}
				addFilter('R') {artifact, file -> artifact.name == 'R'}
				
				pom('X').version = projectVersion
				pom('Y').version = projectVersion
				pom('P').version = projectVersion
				pom('R').version = projectVersion
				setUniqueVersion(false)
			}
		}
	}
}

How do I get this to gradle 7? Can someone help out please?

Thanks
Surya

The maven plugin and uploadArchives task are deprecated since quite some time and replaced by the maven-publish plugin.
Now finally they were removed: Gradle User Manual: Version 7.0
Use the maven-publish plugin instead.

Thank you for the reply.
Yes, I am trying to replace the depracated stuff and trying to rebuild.
I am now stuck at the publishing task

task publishToLocalRepo (type : Upload) {
  configuration = configurations.archives
 publishing {
     repositories {
        maven {
            url project.snapshotRepoUrl
            }
        }

    publications {
        maven(MavenPublication) {
       
                artifact jar // returns say a.jar
        }
        Y(MavenPublication) {
                artifact YJar
        }
        Z(MavenPublication) {
                artifact ZJar
        }
        P(MavenPublication) {
                artifact Pjar
        }

    }
  }
}

Currently problem is - all published artefacts have same name a.jar, a-1.jar, a-2.jar and a-3.jar and all of them are existing in the same directly as a.jar but I would want the jar and pom to move to separate directories each for the jar. Could you please help me achieve that?

Thanks
Srikanth

You replaced the maven plugin and uploadArchives task (which was of type Upload with a custom task of type Upload instead of using the maven-publish plugin as I recommended.

I tried to change this to -

publishing {
     repositories {
        maven {
            url project.snapshotRepoUrl
            }
        }

    publications {
        maven(MavenPublication) {
        //      from components.java
        jar(MavenPublication) {
                artifact jar

        }
        i18n(MavenPublication) {
                artifact i18nJar
        }
        test(MavenPublication) {
                artifact testJar
        }
        doc(MavenPublication) {
                artifact docJar
        }

    }
  }
}

but i get - No signature of method: build_...publishing() is a..applicable for argument types: a(build_...$_run_closure30) values: [build_...$_run_closure30@..]

Sorry for the late reply.

If you get such “No signature of method” errors, it means something is not correct within said closure.
Unfortunatley these messages are not too helpful in finding the actual error.
If I got those, I usually comment out all content of the closure and comment in line by line or block by block to find the place where I used wrong API.

Nowadays I use Kotlin DSL almost exclusively, as there you have much better IDE support, especially if you use IntelliJ IDEA, and you don’t have these non-helping error messages as they are only happening with Groovy DSL.

I still looking for better explanations for maven publish on Bitbucket

currently i am using gradle 5

apply plugin: 'maven'

repositories {
    maven { url "https://raw.github.com/synergian/wagon-git/releases" }
}

configurations {
    deployLibrary
}

dependencies {
    deployLibrary "ar.com.synergian:wagon-git:0.2.5"
}


uploadArchives {

    repositories.mavenDeployer {
        configuration = configurations.deployLibrary
        repository(url: 'git:releases://git@bitbucket.org:' + COMPANY + '/' + REPOSITORY_NAME + '.git')

        pom.project {
            groupId = ARTIFACT_PACKAGE
            version = "${major}.${minor}.${patch}"
            artifactId = ARTIFACT_NAME
            packaging ARTIFACT_PACKAGING
        }
    }
}

May I ask why you hijack a foreign thread with an almost totally unrelated question? You should open a separate thread with your question. This is even better for you, as then people can see that there is no answer yet to your question. :slight_smile: