Get the code:
git clone or download zip file into
- JDK 8
- Gradle as build system.
gradle tasks in
<working_dir> for a list of tasks to execute.
gradle eclipsebuilds eclipse projects.
gradle buildbuilds the projects.
gradle packageWindowscreates binary distributions as zip file packages for every project. In case of projects that can be run (like CLI or GUI) the contents can be extracted and run.
IntelliJ supports Gradle out of the box. Just import the project as a Gradle project.
Eclipse does not support Gradle by default. There is a Gradle plugin for Eclipse, but I do not recommend it! Instead follow these steps:
Create Eclipse projects from Gradle projects:
gradle eclipse. This creates the
.classpath files Eclipse needs for every project.
Import the created Eclipse projects into your Eclipse workspace:
File > Import > General > Existing Projects Into Workspace.
- Select root directory:
- Search for nested projects.
- Do not copy projects into workspace.
Select all shown projects and import them.
Disable errors for cyclic dependencies in Eclipse:
Window > Preferences > Java > Compiler > Building > Build path problems > Circular dependencies > Warning.