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org.hibernate.build.animal-sniffer-check

Support for checking project API usage as defined by Animal Sniffer signature files

2.0.0.Alpha1
(23 April 2018)

com.toddway.buildchecks

post summaries from code analyzers (jacoco, lint, detekt, and checkstyle) to VCS (GitHub & BitBucket)

1.11
(04 June 2019)

all.shared.gradle.project-style-checker

A small set of tasks for checking file style for all files and for checking code style of Gradle's code

1.0.7
(04 September 2019)

all.shared.gradle.base-style-config-wrapper

A wrapper for 'base-style-config' configurations

3.0.1
(15 August 2019)

se.eelde.build-optimizations

Verify that builds on developer machines (plugin will sidestep checks on CI) are running with expected optimizations enabled. Daemon builds, parallel, xmx etc. Useful for new developers, new machines, if you accidentally delete your .gradle folder etc. A good way to get new optimizations from gradle to be adopted across users of your repository / your organization.

0.1.2
(12 October 2019)

com.fangxu.so-collection-plugin

The plugin is used for android project.it is used for collect md5 of all of the dependent so filesduring the build process.then you can check md5 when user first start app after installation,if so damaged,then hint user to reinstall the apk.check code is written,you can get it from my Github:"https://github.com/uin3566/SoCheckLib"

1.0.7
(26 December 2016)

com.fangxu.socollectionplugin

The plugin is used for android project.it is used for collect md5 of all of the dependent so filesduring the build process.then you can check md5 when user first start app after installation,if so damaged,then hint user to reinstall the apk.check code is written,you can get it from my Github:"https://github.com/uin3566/SoCheckPlugin"

1.0.2
(28 November 2016)

com.thomasjensen.checkstyle.packaging

A build framework for custom Checkstyle checks

0.6.2
(03 May 2015)

be.vbgn.ci-detect

Plugin that checks if it is running on a continuous integration server and gives you access to the build metadata.

0.3.0
(27 August 2019)

com.liferay.dependency.checker

The Dependency Checker Gradle plugin lets you warn users if a specific configuration dependency is not the latest one available from the Maven central repository. The plugin eventually fails the build if the dependency age (the difference between the timestamp of the current version and the latest version) is above a predetermined threshold.

1.0.3
(19 November 2018)