Why do you care?
Git is immensely popular and being able to interact with it as part of a build process can be very valuable to provide a more powerful and consistent result.
What is it?
gradle-git is a set of Gradle plugins:
org.ajoberstar.grgit- provides a
Grgitinstance, allowing interaction with the Git repository the Gradle project is contained in
org.ajoberstar.github-pages- publishes files to the
gh-pagesbranch of a Github repository
org.ajoberstar.release-base- general structure for inferring a project version and releasing it
org.ajoberstar.release-opinion- opinionated defaults for
See Grgit for details on the Git library used underneath, including configuration for authentication.
NOTE: gradle-git modules require Java 7 (or higher).
Questions, Bugs, and Features
Please use the repo's issues for all questions, bug reports, and feature requests.
Contributions are very welcome and are accepted through pull requests.
Smaller changes can come directly as a PR, but larger or more complex ones should be discussed in an issue first to flesh out the approach.
If you're interested in implementing a feature on the issues backlog, add a comment to make sure it's not already in progress and for any needed discussion.
Thanks to all of the contributors.
Credit goes to Peter Ledbrook for the initial
idea for the