Welcome to the gradle-fury wiki!
Why would you want to use Gradle Fury?
- If you're angry at gradle
- Pretty and Accurate POM files
- Proper name, description, licenses, developers, year inception, packaging, dependencies, and test dependencies. (All of these things gradle either does wrong or doesn't do at all)
- Easy artifact publishing
- Publishing of Java JAR, WAR, and Android artifacts with variants (arm, x86, etc) to
- Maven Local
- Nexus repositories
- Supports GPG signatures, SHA1 and MD5 artifacts
- With Javadocs and Sources jars
- Coming soon - distribution only projects and Java projects with 'application' and 'distribution' artifacts
- Tested and proven to work with direct publication to Maven Central
- No need to upload your private keys anywhere
- Publishing of distribution packages only (no code, just a zip basically) with pom generation (note, it won't publish to mavenLocal, but it will publish to remote repos)
- Centralized properties file to control settings for
- min/target sdks
- versions and version codes
- android plugins
- and more!
- Password encryption support - no more clear text passwords!
- Publish passwords for nexus
- GPG passwords if needed
- Android signing keys
- Ability to skip a specific modules publication to nexus