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The Gradle team is pleased to announce Gradle 4.9.
First, publishing tools get some more love: projects that publish auxiliary publications (e.g. test fixtures) through maven-publish and ivy-publish can now be depended upon by other projects in the same build. There is also a new Publishing Overview chapter in the user manual and updates throughout the documentation regarding publishing artifacts using Maven and Ivy.
In addition to lazy tasks use, Kotlin DSL build scripts are evaluated faster with version 0.18.4, included in this version of Gradle. IntelliJ IDEA and Android Studio user experience is also improved.
See details in the Kotlin DSL v0.18.x release notes.
You can now pass arguments to JavaExec tasks directly from the command-line using --args:
❯ gradle run --args 'foo --bar'
No more need to hard-code arguments in your build scripts. Consult the documentation for the Application Plugin for more information.
Last but not least, this version of Gradle has an improved dependency insight report. Read the details further on.
|Gradle 4.9||6839||Monday, July 16, 2018||approved|
|Gradle 4.8.1||5022||Thursday, June 21, 2018||approved|
|Gradle 4.8||3660||Tuesday, June 5, 2018||approved|
|Gradle 4.7||8655||Wednesday, April 18, 2018||approved|
|Gradle 4.6||9121||Wednesday, February 28, 2018||approved|
|Gradle 4.5.1||4814||Tuesday, February 6, 2018||approved|
|Gradle 4.5||2363||Friday, January 26, 2018||approved|
|Gradle 4.4.1||5462||Friday, December 22, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.4.0||2564||Wednesday, December 6, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.3.1||2264||Wednesday, November 8, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.3.0||1161||Monday, November 6, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.2.1||3944||Tuesday, October 10, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.2.0||132||Tuesday, October 10, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.1.0||525||Monday, October 2, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 3.4.1||10916||Friday, March 17, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 3.1||10470||Sunday, October 2, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 3.0||1614||Saturday, August 20, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 2.14.1||1097||Friday, August 12, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 2.14||882||Saturday, June 18, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 2.13||540||Tuesday, April 26, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 2.12||705||Thursday, March 24, 2016||approved|
|Gradle Build System 2.2.1||3134||Friday, February 20, 2015||approved|
|Gradle Build System 2.1||1057||Saturday, October 18, 2014||approved|
|Gradle Build System 1.12||341||Saturday, October 18, 2014||approved|
|Gradle Build System 1.11||1141||Wednesday, February 19, 2014||approved|
|Gradle Build System 1.10||268||Wednesday, February 19, 2014||approved|
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