Wuff is a gradle plugin for developing and assembling OSGi/Eclipse applications and plugins independently of Eclipse-IDE. If you are familiar with Eclipse Tycho, then think of Wuff as a gradle-based alternative.
- introduced publicLib configuration for eclipse bundles and applications.
implemented consistent interpretation of 'provided' configuration: all artifacts in provided are visible at compile-time, but excluded from application bundles
introduced requireBundle mechanism for wrapped libs
- Using unpuzzle 0.0.22, which incorporates pull request "ArchiveUnpacker now preserves "executable" permissions in Tar and Zip" ( https://github.com/akhikhl/unpuzzle/pull/8 )
Where to start?
If you are new to Wuff, start your acquaintance with main features.
If you already have bunch of existing Eclipse plugins and apps, consider converting them to Gradle/Wuff.
If you want to learn all about Wuff systematically, read wiki pages.
If you already use Wuff, it is always a good idea to look in what's new file.
How to use Wuff?
- Maven artifacts: 'org.akhikhl.wuff:wuff-plugin:+' at jcenter and maven central.
- Source code: compile, explore, deploy.
See more information on prerequisites and usage wiki page.
Copyright and License
Copyright 2014-2015 (c) Andrey Hihlovskiy and contributors
All versions, present and past, of Wuff are licensed under MIT license.