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This bug-fix release addresses 3 regressions in Gradle 4.4.
We started shipping JGit 18.104.22.168708160445-r in Gradle 4.4. Some of the non-shaded JGit resources leaked into the gradleApi() dependency and caused problems in some builds. We now shade all of JGit's resources.
Gradle 4.4 contained changes to internal APIs that broke the popular Nebula dependency lock plugin. This release restores binary compatibility for that plugin. Internal APIs are subject to change, although we try to be mindful of the impact of every change in each Gradle release. If particular internal APIs are useful, please open an issue describing your use case, so we can judge where our public APIs are lacking.
For the full list of fixed issues, see the 4.4.1 GitHub milestone.
|Gradle 4.4.1||4440||Friday, December 22, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.4.0||2436||Wednesday, December 6, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.3.1||2127||Wednesday, November 8, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.3.0||409||Monday, November 6, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.2.1||3091||Tuesday, October 10, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.2.0||42||Tuesday, October 10, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 4.1.0||366||Monday, October 2, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 3.4.1||10031||Friday, March 17, 2017||approved|
|Gradle 3.1||10198||Sunday, October 2, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 3.0||1470||Saturday, August 20, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 2.14.1||798||Friday, August 12, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 2.14||753||Saturday, June 18, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 2.13||445||Tuesday, April 26, 2016||approved|
|Gradle 2.12||611||Thursday, March 24, 2016||approved|
|Gradle Build System 2.2.1||3027||Friday, February 20, 2015||approved|
|Gradle Build System 2.1||957||Saturday, October 18, 2014||approved|
|Gradle Build System 1.12||250||Saturday, October 18, 2014||approved|
|Gradle Build System 1.11||1062||Wednesday, February 19, 2014||approved|
|Gradle Build System 1.10||202||Wednesday, February 19, 2014||approved|
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