Getting a live view of environment variables (Gradle and JDK 9)
neugens.limasoftware at gmail.com
Thu Oct 12 12:54:03 UTC 2017
2017-10-12 11:58 GMT+02:00 Cédric Champeau <cedric.champeau at gmail.com>:
> 1. an API in 18.3 which would let us refresh the environment variables,
> even if inherently unsafe (we can take the risk, if the Javadocs explains
> that if you're really unlucky calling such a method could kill your VM).
Being a public API we would expose everyone to this risk, and the API
should be supported on all platforms maybe forever. I know other
people have different opinion here, but this seems to be high risk,
high impact to be worth.
> 2. we change the way Gradle works and force explicit declaration of all
> environment variables a user script can use. Then, we would only spawn a
> new VM if the current daemon environment variables do not match those
> required found by the client.
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