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Nov 02, 2012 How to specify a classifier in a gradle dependency's dependency? Ask Question Asked 8 years, 11 months ago. Active 8 years, 11 months ago. Viewed 37k times 51 9. Say I want to add guice-assistedinject as a dependency in my project. It specifies the guice artifact as a dependency itself

  • gradle dependency with classifier - Stack Overflow
    gradle dependency with classifier - Stack Overflow

    Aug 26, 2018 How to exclude dependency with classifier (platform version) in Gradle? 1198. What's the difference between implementation, api and compile in Gradle? Hot Network Questions How do you counter Sammohanastra? Thinking about leaving academia for good. I

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  • Declaring dependencies - Gradle
    Declaring dependencies - Gradle

    In Gradle, a specific artifact identifier is called classifier, a term generally used in Maven and Ivy dependency management. Let’s say we wanted to download the minified artifact of the JQuery library instead of the uncompressed file

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  • Gradle cannot resolve dependencies with classifier from
    Gradle cannot resolve dependencies with classifier from

    Gradle currently ignores the classifier as specified in both long and short dependency form. Context. I'm trying to publish platform-dependent artifacts from a maven project with a classifier of their platform. I want to consume these artifacts from a gradle project. This (minimized) POM achieves what I want:

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  • groovy - What is an archive classifier in Gradle? - Stack
    groovy - What is an archive classifier in Gradle? - Stack

    Oct 04, 2019 In a build.gradle, inside of task.register, I can find this. group 'build' description 'Build the project for the R1 target and assemble a zip with the APK and the client library' classifier variantNameCap I've read that classifier should be relative to the archive. But what is exactly the concept of classifier in Gradle?

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  • Does Gradle support classifiers for Ivy repositories
    Does Gradle support classifiers for Ivy repositories

    Jul 30, 2015 I'm trying to retrieve Gradle dependencies from an Ivy repository (in Artifactory) based on a classifier (to filter DLLs containing native code to get just the ones for the relevant processor architecture). My build.gradle looks like this:

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  • gradle publish jars with different classifiers, dependency
    gradle publish jars with different classifiers, dependency

    Feb 27, 2018 gradle publish jars with different classifiers, dependency missing. For multiple jars with different classifiers, e.g., bar.jar has compile dependency on foo jar. The published repository: Only one pom without any dependency. the classifier (foo, bar) is not after version in jar name. the generated POM.xml files for foo and bar do not have

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  • Learning the Basics - Gradle
    Learning the Basics - Gradle

    In Gradle, a specific artifact identifier is called classifier, a term generally used in Maven and Ivy dependency management. Let’s say we wanted to download the minified artifact of the JQuery library instead of the uncompressed file

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  • Customizing resolution of a dependency directly - Gradle
    Customizing resolution of a dependency directly - Gradle

    Gradle discourages use of classifiers in dependencies and prefers to model such artifacts as additional variants of a module. There are lots of advantages of using variants instead of classified artifacts, including, but not only, a different set of dependencies for those artifacts

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  • Customizing publishing - Gradle
    Customizing publishing - Gradle

    If you use artifact() with an archive task, Gradle automatically populates the artifact’s metadata with the classifier and extension properties from that task. Now you can publish the RPM. If you really want to add an artifact to a publication based on a component, instead of adjusting the component itself, you can combine the from components

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  • Support the use of classifiers in dependency management
    Support the use of classifiers in dependency management

    Dec 22, 2015 Unfortunately, classifiers are something of a second-class citizen in Gradle that means it isn't possible to implement. Gradle's mechanism for changing the version of a dependency is its ResolutionStrategy interface

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  • android - Classification of artifacts in Gradle 5? - Stack
    android - Classification of artifacts in Gradle 5? - Stack

    Feb 08, 2019 The following code works well, even on Gradle 5.1.1: task sourcesJar (type: Jar) { from android.sourceSets.main.java.srcDirs classifier = 'sources' } task javadoc (type: Javadoc) { source = android.sourceSets.main.java.srcDirs classpath += project.files (android.getBootClasspath ().join (File.pathSeparator)) } task javadocJar (type: Jar

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  • Removing the default classifier with the archiveClassifier
    Removing the default classifier with the archiveClassifier

    Mar 01, 2019 The -all classifier is still added to the archive. Can you give an example on how to remove the -all classifier with the archiveClassifier property?. I see that the relevant code sets the classifier via convention mapping and the new attribute archiveClassifier.Should the convention mapping code go into an else branch to only kick in when you are using an older Gradle version than

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  • AbstractArchiveTask - Gradle DSL Version
    AbstractArchiveTask - Gradle DSL Version

    The classifier part of the archive name, if any. archiveExtension: The extension part of the archive name. archiveFile: ... Gradle will then walk the directories on disk which are part of this archive in a reproducible order independent of file systems and operating systems. This helps Gradle reliably produce byte-for-byte reproducible archives

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