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Using Gradle to Bootstrap your Legacy Ant Builds

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Gradle provides several different ways to leverage your existing investment in Ant, both in terms of accumulated knowledge and the time you’ve already put into build files. This can greatly facilitate the process of porting Ant built projects over to Gradle, and can give you a path for incrementally doing so. The Gradle documentation does a good job of describing ...

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Hacking Maven

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We don’t use M2Eclipse to integrate Maven and Eclipse, partly because we had some bad experiences a couple of years ago when we were still using Eclipse 3.4 and partly because some of our developers use IBMs RAD to develop, and it doesn’t (or at least wasn’t) compatible. Our process is to update our local sources from SVN and then ...

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Maven Build Dependencies

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Maven and Gradle users who are familiar with release and snapshot dependencies may not know about TeamCity snapshot dependencies or assume they’re somehow related to Maven (which isn’t true). TeamCity users who are familiar with artifact and snapshot dependencies may not know that adding an Artifactory plugin allows them to use artifact and build dependencies as well, on top of ...

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The Eclipse Common Build Infrastructure

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Creating an Common Build Infrastructure (CBI) at Eclipse has been one of our holy grail pursuits over the years. My main goal in this effort has been to get Eclipse committers out of the build business so that more time and energy can be focused on actually writing software (which is what most software developers would rather spend their time ...

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