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Grouping of Task in Context Menu by Plugin #104

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mam0nth opened this Issue Dec 12, 2013 · 4 comments

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mam0nth commented Dec 12, 2013

When you right click in project node there is a "Task" in context showing all the available task. Having a more plugin it is hard to find the task you want to be executed. Currently the task was sort alphabetically. It is good to have if it is group by plugin and sorted alphabetically. So it can easy to find the task.

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kelemen commented Dec 12, 2013

It is not known what plugin added a task in general. However, tasks have a "group" property which might be used for this purpose. How do you imaging this feature, submenus in tasks?

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mam0nth commented Dec 18, 2013

Yes, submenus. But if it is available in Navigator Panel, I guess this menu can be remove. Only remain those necessary task. NetBeans Maven have this feature in upcoming release, I guess this can inspire the implementation for gradle plugin.

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mattgruter commented Jan 30, 2014

Grouping by task group would be great! We have way to many tasks for a flat list.

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kelemen commented Mar 2, 2015

This should now be fixed in master. Tasks are grouped automatically by their name, if there are too many (currently this limit is hardcoded to 20). For example: "compileJava" and "compileGroovy" should be in a menu "compile" (assuming there are more than 20 tasks).

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