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Build changes #125

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ShaneMcC opened this Issue Jan 14, 2017 · 3 comments

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ShaneMcC commented Jan 14, 2017

Managing dependency jar files by hand is annoying.

Lets join the modern world and update from ant and manual jars to something modern like Gradle.

Doing this can also let us get rid of some of the submodules that we no longer need, such as DMDirc util (which can just be pulled in as a dependency from dmdirc artifactory). We've already moved Akuma to a lib rather than submodule.

We should keep the parser as a submodule, because it makes things a bit easier for development.

All the libs should be pulled in by gradle.

Output should produce a jar with all the dependencies built in as it does now into the dist folder.

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ShaneMcC commented Jan 15, 2017

I've done a bunch of this in the Gradle branch:

https://github.com/DFBnc/DFBnc/tree/gradle

This functionally does what I want when running "./gradlew jar"

Netbeans with the gradle plugin seems happy enough, not tested other IDEs yet.

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ShaneMcC commented Jan 15, 2017

Other TODO items from this:

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ShaneMcC commented May 7, 2017

Done ages ago it seems!

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