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fitnesse-gradle-classpath plugin will let you to use gradle build files to manage dependencies in FitNesse tests
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ATTENTION! THIS PROJECT IS NOT MAINTAINED! As I no longer work with FitNesse/Gradle, and considering a low number of users, I would like to resign from my duty of maintaining this project. 05/19/2015 1. Description - fitnesse-gradle-classpath plugin will let you to use gradle build files to manage dependencies in FitNesse tests 2. How to build - clone git repository - invoke gradle build command - the jar with plugin code will be at build/libs/fitnesse-gradle-classpath.jar 3. How to use - create plugins.properties file in FitNesse root directory if it does not exist - add the following line SymbolTypes=fitnesse.wikitext.widgets.GradleClasspathSymbolType - copy fitnesse-gradle-classpath.jar to plugins directory in FitNesse root directory - start FitNesse as usual - you should see the following message in FitNesse console Custom symbol types loaded: fitnesse.wikitext.widgets.GradleClasspathSymbolType - now you can add the following tag in FitNesse pages !gradle /Users/mclovin/development/resources/fitnesse.gradle@test - FitNesse page will show information on the source location, scope, all resolved libraries, and any non-resolved dependencies 4. Customization - plugin is using the following mapping for scopes (@ indicates plugin scope) @test(default) testCompile testRuntime @compile compile @runtime runtime 5. Acknowledgements - I would like to thank Arjan Molenaar(https://github.com/amolenaar), whose work on fitnesse-maven-plugin and fitnesse-ivy-plugin inspired me to create one for Gradle