Support Maven #2342

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cmelchior opened this Issue Feb 25, 2016 · 10 comments

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cmelchior commented Feb 25, 2016

Right now we only support Gradle as a build system as it is the official build system for Android. However some people still use other systems like Maven.

Given enough interest we should support Maven as well, but it is not without hurdles as we right now depend on the Transform API that as far as I know is only supported in Gradle.

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What a lightning fast answer! 👍 Thanks a lot!
I was just curious because we consider to move from gradle to maven at the moment to end all this gradle pain.

What a lightning fast answer! 👍 Thanks a lot!
I was just curious because we consider to move from gradle to maven at the moment to end all this gradle pain.

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Maven also has it share of pains, just different ones :)

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cmelchior commented Feb 25, 2016

Maven also has it share of pains, just different ones :)

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Support Java on JVM #2339

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I'd rather have well documented maven pains shared by many other mavenmavens than be forced to use the build-system-du-jour. Really a pity that Realm Java now is not supported for the myriad of products and libraries that are maven based. Find a better solution. Supporting only gradle is wrong. Supporting a maven build artifact really opens realm to a much larger ecosystem. Which is right.

ruurd commented Apr 3, 2016

I'd rather have well documented maven pains shared by many other mavenmavens than be forced to use the build-system-du-jour. Really a pity that Realm Java now is not supported for the myriad of products and libraries that are maven based. Find a better solution. Supporting only gradle is wrong. Supporting a maven build artifact really opens realm to a much larger ecosystem. Which is right.

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bipinvaylu Oct 17, 2016

Hey, I am also checking out about does realm support maven ? Here is my use case.

Hey, I am also checking out about does realm support maven ? Here is my use case.

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gevariya-ajit Oct 17, 2016

@cmelchior can you please help to figure out, how to support realm with sharable project lib models in android and java server projects?

gevariya-ajit commented Oct 17, 2016

@cmelchior can you please help to figure out, how to support realm with sharable project lib models in android and java server projects?

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@cmelchior now that Realm supports Linux (with RealmJS) and Win32 (with RealmJS), once #2339 is done, you also need to consider that most not-Android projects use Maven, not Gradle.

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Zhuinden commented Mar 10, 2017

@cmelchior now that Realm supports Linux (with RealmJS) and Win32 (with RealmJS), once #2339 is done, you also need to consider that most not-Android projects use Maven, not Gradle.

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MineUU Jun 1, 2017

Sometimes we need to provide a jar to a third party, so the realm plugin does not support so that we can not use

MineUU commented Jun 1, 2017

Sometimes we need to provide a jar to a third party, so the realm plugin does not support so that we can not use

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listepo Sep 30, 2017

Hi, any news?

listepo commented Sep 30, 2017

Hi, any news?

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Javassist seems to be supported with Maven, but I think the BytecodeTransformer was written in Groovy

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Zhuinden commented Sep 30, 2017

Javassist seems to be supported with Maven, but I think the BytecodeTransformer was written in Groovy

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