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JRebel Gradle Plugin

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JRebel Gradle plugin generates the rebel.xml file for your project during the Gradle build (requires Gradle 2.0+ and Java 1.6+).

To enable JRebel for a project, you need to add the rebel.xml configuration file to it. The rebel.xml configuration file has to be added to the deployed .war or .jar archive. This will let the JRebel agent know which workspace paths to monitor for class and resource updates.

Refer to JRebel Gradle plugin guide for usage instructions.