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com.github.spotbugs.temporary

Performs quality checks on your project's Java source files using SpotBugs and generates reports from these checks. This is a temporary release to support a fix for Gradle 4.10.

1.6.4
(07 September 2018)

com.ewerk.gradle.plugins.auto-value

Plugin for generating Google AutoValue source files.

1.0.8
(28 July 2017)

org.ajoberstar.organize-imports

A Gradle plugin for organizing imports in Java and Groovy source files.

1.0.3
(04 January 2017)

info.gianlucacosta.moonlicense

MoonLicense integration into the Gradle build process

1.0
(08 April 2015)

org.asciidoctor.gradle.asciidoctor

A Gradle plugin that uses Asciidoctor via JRuby to process AsciiDoc source files within the project

1.5.1
(06 January 2015)

com.ewerk.gradle.plugins.jaxb2

Plugin for generating Java sources from XML schemas files.

1.0.9
(02 July 2018)

eu.hexagonmc.gradle.spigot.annotation

Generates Spigot metadata files (plugin.yml and bungee.yml) from source code using Spigot-Annotations project

1.3
(08 October 2018)

no.nils.wsdl2java

Gradle wsdl2java plugin. Generate java source-code from your wsdl or xsd files using cxf.

0.10
(09 May 2016)

com.cleafy.j2objc

Gradle Plugin for J2ObjC, which is an open-source tool from Google that translates Java source code to Objective-C for the iOS (iPhone/iPad) platform. The plugin is not affiliated with Google but was developed by former Google Engineers and others. J2ObjC enables Java source to be part of an iOS application's build, no editing of the generated files is necessary. The goal is to write an app's non-UI code (such as application logic and data models) in Java, which is then shared by Android apps, web apps (using GWT), and iOS apps (using J2ObjC).

0.7.19
(18 October 2018)

im.getsocial.j2objccontrib.j2objcgradle

Gradle Plugin for J2ObjC, which is an open-source tool from Google that translates Java source code to Objective-C for the iOS (iPhone/iPad) platform. The plugin is not affiliated with Google but was developed by former Google Engineers and others. J2ObjC enables Java source to be part of an iOS application's build, no editing of the generated files is necessary. The goal is to write an app's non-UI code (such as application logic and data models) in Java, which is then shared by Android apps, web apps (using GWT), and iOS apps (using J2ObjC).

0.6.7.12
(23 May 2018)