The home of Gradle's support for natively compiled languages.
What is gradle-native?
As of 4.1, Gradle includes several plugins for building applications and libraries from C++ and Swift sources. Check out the blog post for an introduction.
- Issues related to Gradle's support for native languages are tracked in this repo.
- This repository also includes some WIP documentation and release notes
- Samples are in the native-samples repo.
- The source code for the plugins still lives in the gradle repo and will migrate here over time.
For more information about Gradle, please visit: https://gradle.org
This project adheres to the Gradle Code of Conduct. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code.
- Compile and link libraries and applications from C++ and Swift source.
- Build C++ for macOS, Linux and Windows.
- Build Swift for macOS and Linux.
- Supports GCC, Clang, Visual C++, MinGW compilers.
- Fast parallel, incremental compilation for C++.
- Incremental compilation for Swift.
- Distributed caching of C++ and Swift compilation.
- Transitive dependency management, including support for composite builds and pre-built binaries from a Maven binary repository. Other pre-built binaries are not yet supported.
- Source dependencies.
- Publishing dependencies to a Maven binary repository.
- Tool chain discovery based on requirements declared in the build, including discovery of these compilers when running on cygwin or using Visual C++.
- Xcode integration, to allow you to generate Xcode workspace and project files from your Gradle build.
- Visual Studio integration, to allow you to generate a Visual Studio solution and project files from your Gradle build.
- XCTest integration, supported on macOs and Linux.
If you're looking to contribute to Gradle or provide a patch/pull request, you can find more info here.