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Updates the Gradle wrapper for all included projects in a single invocation.

(19 April 2023)

Flyway by Redgate is an open-source database migration tool. It strongly favors simplicity and convention over configuration. It is simple, focused and powerful. It runs on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux, Java and Android. It is based around just 6 basic commands: Migrate, Clean, Info, Validate, Baseline and Repair. Migrations can be written in SQL (database-specific syntax (such as PL/SQL, T-SQL, ...) is supported) or Java (for advanced data transformations or dealing with LOBs). It has a Command-line client. If you are on the JVM, we recommend using the Java API (also works on Android) for migrating the database on application startup. Alternatively, you can also use the Maven plugin, Gradle plugin, SBT plugin or the Ant tasks. And if that not enough, there are plugins available for Spring Boot, Dropwizard, Grails, Play, Griffon, Grunt, Ninja and more! Supported databases are Oracle, SQL Server, SQL Azure, DB2, DB2 z/OS, MySQL (including Amazon RDS), MariaDB, Google Cloud SQL, PostgreSQL (including Amazon RDS and Heroku), Redshift, Vertica, H2, Hsql Derby, SQLite and solidDB. More info:

(02 September 2020)


Plugin to work around include-files issue with AntlrTask

(13 August 2020)


Gradle plugin to generate a POM file and include it in a Jar archive

(18 June 2019)

Including Lombok dependency and configure Checkstyle

(30 July 2017)

Including Lombok dependency and configure Checkstyle

(30 July 2017)


A plugin that helps you easy to indlude/exclude module

(22 July 2024)

This plugin finds and extracts information from git commits, including co-author data.

(20 July 2024)


This plugin contains all the work from `info.offthecob.Service` but includes customization of the dependency management plugin used by spring, and applies the `kotlin-spring` and `spring-boot` plugins.

(11 July 2024)


* Includes the foojay plugin for gradle 9 support of the toolchain api. * Auto imports sub projects. This also changes gradle to expect sub project's build.gradle.kts to be <sub project name>.gradle.kts. For example: * build.gradle.kts * settings.gradle.kts * my-service/my-service.gradle.kts * my-library/my-library.gradle.kts

(11 July 2024)