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com.mulesoft.mule-run

Gradle Plugin for building MuleESB Applications, both community and enterprise.

2.0.0-RC2
(26 September 2015)

gregdev.gradle.docker

Docker plugin for build, run and push

1.0.0
(25 October 2020)

com.pswidersk.python-plugin

Gradle plugin to run Python projects.

1.2.2
(03 October 2020)

org.caffinitas.gradle.microbench

Just creates a shell-script to run JMH

0.1.8
(18 September 2020)

com.societegenerale.commons.arch-unit-gradle-plugin

A Gradle plugin to run packaged ArchUnit rules

2.6.1
(20 August 2020)

com.nocwriter.runsql

This plugins execute a SQL script on a database.

1.0.1
(22 March 2020)

com.boxfuse.client

Boxfuse is the easiest way to deploy your JVM-based applications to AWS. Boxfuse builds minimal fully-provisioned images in seconds. These images are immutable and tailor-made to do only one thing: run your app as efficiently as possible on the cloud. There is no ssh, no general purpose operating system and no tedious provisioning. Boxfuse images are lean, secure and efficient. You can run them on VirtualBox for development and deploy them unchanged and with zero downtime on AWS for test and production. While Boxfuse works with any .jar or .war file, it is especially optimized for Spring Boot, Dropwizard, Tomcat and TomEE. All you need is a GitHub user to get started. The Boxfuse free plan aligns perfectly with the AWS free tier, so you can deploy your application to EC2 completely free. Find out more and get started at https://boxfuse.com

1.33.3.1468
(10 February 2020)

com.github.michaelruocco.gradle-postman-runner

Gradle plugin to run postman

0.1.2
(20 January 2020)

com.societegenerale.common.arch-unit-gradle-plugin

A Gradle plugin to run packaged ArchUnit rules

1.0.4
(09 January 2020)

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)