Gradle build progress
richard.bair at oracle.com
Fri Mar 22 13:49:17 PDT 2013
BTW, I just used NetBeans 7.3 with its built-in support for Gradle and it worked really well. I was impressed. The only thing I had to do (which was lame) was go to Preferences, Gradle, and set the path to Gradle. I think NB is shipping with an older version of gradle and it needs to point to a 1.4 version.
So I think IDEA and NB users are generally able to run with the new project structure, so if any Eclipse user wants to wade in we will then have support for all 3 ides. Yay!
On Mar 22, 2013, at 1:18 PM, Richard Bair <richard.bair at oracle.com> wrote:
>> Sadly, the test are broken due to PGStubScene change sets, I am looking into that now (thankfully PGStubScene is in the open so this shouldn't be a "wait another week" kind of mess).
> OK, I just pushed a fix for this that should show up in 20min or so. Now I'm getting a failure when compiling the tests for Controls, which is a crash in javac. I've filed this as JDK-8010659 and have spent the whole day so far trying to track this one down. I think this is the only thing preventing all the tests from running.
> Which means, we can build, test (almost), and produce javadoc. And I also added the IDEA project file generation. I was wondering if Tom or somebody using Eclipse would want to try their hand at the eclipse project file creation? I'm about to send an email to the NB guys as well. Hopefully we'll have IDE support ready to go here shortly as well.
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