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Gradle will set itself up during the first build on any system. It requires an active internet connection to do so.

Set Up

Developing with IntelliJ IDEA

  1. Run gradlew idea to create the IDEA project files.
  2. Import the project into IDEA.
  3. (If necessary,) open the 'Project Structure' Dialog (Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S) and set the Project SDK to a SDK > 6.0.

Developing with Eclipse

  1. Run gradlew eclipseProject eclipseClasspath eclipseJdt to create the Eclipse project files.
  2. Import all projects into Eclipse.

Development

Launching Anathema (IDE)

Launch net.sf.anathema.AnathemaBootLoader

Launching Anathema (Command Prompt)

Launch gradlew run

Running the test suite

Run gradlew test

Adding a dependency

  1. Add the dependency entry to the module's build.gradle.
  2. Run gradlew eclipseClasspath or gradlew ideaModule respectively.

Adding a new module

IntelliJ IDEA users best run this outside of the IDE, else it might not pick up all changes.

  1. Run gradlew createModule -PmoduleName=MODULENAME
  2. In settings.gradle, add your module name.
  3. Run gradlew eclipseProject eclipseClasspath eclipseJdt or gradlew idea.
  4. [Eclipse Only] import the project.

Deployment

These commands just build the distribution artifacts. For the full process, see the wiki.

Building a Multi-Platform Release

This works on any OS. It creates a zip file containing a multi-platform executable anathema.jar and a Windows anathema.exe launcher.

Run gradlew releaseZip

Building a Windows Release

This works on any OS. It creates a Windows installer.

Run gradlew releaseWin

Building a Macintosh Release

This works on any OS. It creates a zip file containing a Mac application bundle.

Run gradlew releaseMac

Building All Platforms for Release

Builds the Zip, Windows, and Mac distributions

Run gradlew release

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