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Gradle Task creation


Gradle Task creation

By : igordata
Date : November 17 2020, 04:28 AM
hope this fix your issue It invokes exactly the same. If in a method declaration closure is the last argument it can be passed after the closing paren.
For instance inject method:
code :
assert 1*1*2*3*4 == [1,2,3,4].inject(1) { acc, val -> acc * val }
assert 1*1*2*3*4 == [1,2,3,4].inject(1, { acc, val -> acc * val })


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How to get the classes task for a JavaExec task in gradle to depend on another task?

How to get the classes task for a JavaExec task in gradle to depend on another task?


By : sachin inamadar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps In Gradle, foo.dependsOn(bar, baz) is equivalent to foo.dependsOn(bar); foo.dependsOn(baz). It does not imply any order between bar and baz, like it would in Ant (with its soft dependencies feature).
Can you shed some light on what taskB does, and why you think that it needs to run before classes?
code :
sourceSets.main.resources.srcDir "build/taskB" // output dir of taskB
processResources.dependsOn(taskB)
Generating a file in one Gradle task to be operated on by another Gradle task

Generating a file in one Gradle task to be operated on by another Gradle task


By : nabor
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps You cannot create tasks during the execution phase. As you have probably figured out, since Gradle constructs that task execution graph during the configuration phase, you cannot add tasks later.
If you are simply trying to consume the output of one task as the input of another then that becomes a simple dependsOn relationship, just like Ant. I believe where you may be going down the wrong path is by thinking you need to dynamically create a Gradle Zip task for every archive you intend to create. In this case, since the number of archives you will be creating is dynamic based on the output of another task (ie. determined during execution) you could simply just create a single task which created all those zip files. Easiest way of accomplishing this would simply to use Ant's zip task via Gradle's Ant support.
Gradle extend task / Create task based on task

Gradle extend task / Create task based on task


By : user2426049
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem You'll have to configure the second task separately, like you already did. If you want to share this code, turn it into a plugin.
Add table creation task to Flask-Admin model creation

Add table creation task to Flask-Admin model creation


By : Jean-paul Tillapaugh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help You can override ModelView's on_model_change and on_model_delete methods, which are called by flask-admin right before commiting changes:
code :
class TableConfig(ModelView):
    def on_model_change(self, form, model, is_created):
        if is_created:
            sqlalchemy_create_table(model)

    def on_model_delete(self, model):
        sqlalchemy_drop)table(model)
Gradle: increase heap size for java process started by gradle run task

Gradle: increase heap size for java process started by gradle run task


By : Max
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help As @Opal states above it is not possible.
The easiest/simplest alternative I could find (for now) is to add this little snippet to the build.gradle file:
code :
tasks.withType(JavaExec) {
    jvmArgs = ['-Xms512m', '-Xmx512m']
}
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