> If I want to enable lets say the FindBugs plugin or some Antlr plugin
> then it will overwritten by these shot-and-forget generation.
In the IntelliJ plugin the idea is merging of information. IntelliJ
config files are all XML. So if the Gradle plugin does not understand a
certain stanza it does not touch it. If Eclipse does not do that, well,
not sure what to tell you.
eclipses data is xml too (some properties) - if they've updated gradle to do merges
instead it will probably
> I thought the gradle scripts were groovy so sounds rather
relevant here does it not ?
I am giving examples. Sheesh :)
All I was asking about was paths and how they relate to Eclipse since I
have no clue. You asked questions outside my initial query and I was
simply trying to answer those for you.
In terms of these other concerns, how about someone actually try
importing it and see if there are real, actual issues rather than us
discussing esoteric possibilities that there could maybe be some
more-or-less catastrophic problem importing them into eclipse ;)
I'll see if I find time during some boring JBW session next week :))
Is there a page outlining which version of Gradle etc. I should minum be trying this with
Or is it all in this mail thread?