Andrey Hihlovskiy

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Powerful feature in Gretty 0.0.24 – full support of Spring Boot 1.1.0

Today is a wonderful day: Spring Boot 1.1.0 was released and I released Gretty version 0.0.24.

Gretty is a feature-rich gradle plugin for running web-apps on Jetty. It supports multiple Jetty versions (7, 8 and 9), multiple web-apps and many more. It wraps Jetty functions as convenient Gradle tasks and configuration DSL. A complete list of Gretty features is available in feature overview.

There is new powerful feature in Gretty 0.0.24: it supports running Spring Boot web-apps out-of-the-box. All Gretty features, including (but not limited to) debugging, code coverage and integration tests, also apply to spring-boot web-apps.

Simplest Gretty setup with Spring Boot:

You get Gretty as maven artifacts at jcenter and maven central under the group “org.akhikhl.gretty”.

Full Gretty sources and examples are available at https://github.com/akhikhl/gretty

Full Gretty documentation is available at http://akhikhl.github.io/gretty-doc/

 

Gretty version 0.0.13 is out!

Gretty is a feature-rich gradle plugin for running web-applications under jetty.

New in version 0.0.13:

  • support of META-INF/web-fragment.xml and META-INF/resources
  • integration tests for most of the examples
  • integration of the build scripts with bintray and availability of the new version on jcenter

Full sources, documentation and examples: https://github.com/akhikhl/gretty

Gretty 0.0.13 artifacts are available both on maven central and on jcenter under the group “org.akhikhl.gretty”.

Gretty version 0.0.9 is out! Long live gradle and jetty!

I released Gretty (gradle jetty) version 0.0.9!

New: support of JEE annotations.

https://github.com/akhikhl/gretty

Also in maven central!

Memory leaks in GradleDaemon?

Just observation: GradleDaemon eats tremendous amout of operating memory (1.5 to 2 GB) after 2 hour uptime and repeated compilation of a large project set (approx. 200 gradle projects). I’m just wondering if it a sign of memory leaks.

gradle snippet: sources and javadoc jar for every subproject of given project

gradle snippet: sources and javadoc jar for every subproject of given project

Add this to the parent “build.gradle” to enable xyz-sources.jar and xyz-javadoc.jar generation for every java and groovy subproject of the given parent project. The script tolerates non-java subprojects.