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name.remal.test-source-sets

Plugin that provides testSourceSet object for creating new source sets for testing. For all created source sets Test task is created. All dependencies are inherited from 'test' source set.

1.0.13
(14 February 2018)

com.gitlab.tguseynov.builder-source-generator-gradle-plugin

Plugin to store generated sources in specified folder from Builder Source Generator Library

1.0
(03 December 2015)

name.remal.generate-sources

Plugin that provides generateJavaSources and generateKotlinSources tasks.

1.0.13
(14 February 2018)

io.freefair.android-sources-jar

Generate sources jars for all variants of your android project

3.0.0-beta1
(06 January 2018)

nebula.source-jar

Create a sourceJar task to package up the project's source code and add it to the publications

7.0.0
(15 February 2018)

com.liferay.source.formatter

The Source Formatter Gradle plugin lets you format project files using the Liferay Source Formatter tool.

2.3.81
(15 February 2018)

com.github.skazzyy.sources

Simple plugin for publishing sources and javadoc in java projects

1.0.0-SNAPSHOT
(24 September 2015)

io.freefair.sources-jar

This plugin adds a sourcesJar task

2.3.0
(14 January 2018)

com.github.lanchon.dexpatcher.patch-library

The DexPatcher Patch Library plugin produces a DexPatcher patch library file that bundles compiled changes and additions to code and resources of a source application imported as a DexPatcher APK library, without bundling any part of the source application itself. The file is similar in structure to an Android library (AAR) file. The changes bundled in a patch library can be applied to the source application using the DexPatcher Patched Application plugin. Several patch libraries can be applied in the same step, or their application can be serialized though the cyclic use of the APK Library and Patched Application plugins. DexPatcher is free software. (GPLv3+)

1.0.0
(30 October 2017)

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).

0.6.7.1
(02 August 2017)