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Automation Evolved

  • Strong yet flexible conventions
  • Enterprise level control capabilities
  • Manageable and understandable builds

Development

Gradle is completely open source (ASLv2 license) and is a community driven development effort, led by Gradleware.

Discussion

The Gradle development team uses the gradle-dev Google group to discuss issues around the development of Gradle itself. This group is open for anyone to join or participate in.

Until September 2014 a mailing list was used for discussing Gradle development.

You can also browse/search the old development mailing list via Nabble and MarkMail

Source Code

The source code is hosted @ GitHub and is publicly viewable and forkable. An atom feed of the commits is available through GitHub.

Building

Naturally, Gradle itself builds with Gradle. For instructions on building the project from source, see the README file in the root of the source tree.

Contributing

If you are interested in contributing to Gradle, checkout the contributing page that lists ideas that have been identified as good candidates for community contributions.

Continuous Builds

Gradle has many continuous builds setup for different environments. You can see the builds @ builds.gradle.org.

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