Time Nick Message 17:20 HarmeetSingh bye 17:18 HarmeetSingh Thanks to @Andres 17:18 shelajev please aim further questions to @virtualjug or directly to @aalmiray on Twitter 17:18 carljokl I wonder if Gradle can package a war more easily than SBT 17:18 HarmeetSingh thanks to all 17:17 HarmeetSingh thanks for @Vijug team 17:17 silentmatt That was great, thanks! 17:17 feldoh yeah, thanks for that 17:17 shelajev it was a great session 17:17 shelajev thanks a lot! :) 17:15 HarmeetSingh *starving 17:15 gauravbrills gradle has hooks for js builds like yeoman anything in that area 17:15 HarmeetSingh yes i am also straving :P 17:14 sjmaple looks like dinner is here :D 17:12 carljokl I was going to ask about language support too but heard we are over time 17:12 carljokl Maybe just for my own projects 17:12 feldoh interesting point, how will gradle handle polyglot projects, well or not really 17:11 carljokl I was hoping to get up to speed on Gradle 17:11 sjmaple run for the hills, Carl! 17:11 sjmaple OMG! 17:11 sjmaple http://twitter.com/aalmiray 17:11 carljokl In the Scala world our team has been moving from maven towards SBT 17:11 shelajev @aalmiray 17:11 HarmeetSingh what is @andres twitter name ? 17:10 HarmeetSingh i thinks after this session, we need to move for gradle :) 17:09 prapicault therefore you can get more unique builds 17:09 prapicault but it makes it easier for people to write code rather than looking for a plugin 17:09 HarmeetSingh now he removes :P 17:08 shelajev thanks 17:08 shelajev hahaha 17:08 HarmeetSingh @oleg shades looks good :) 17:06 feldoh ty 17:03 Ehsanullah One of the core idea behind Maven has been 'convention over configuration'. How does Gradle fare in that department? I like the tool but am afraid we'll end up w/ the old Ant way (each project configured in its own weird way) if there are no prescribed conventions. 17:01 HarmeetSingh thanks @simon 17:01 sjmaple thanks feldoh, I'll ask 17:01 sjmaple nice 17:01 prapicault Some previews are already available 17:01 sjmaple yes, it uses groovy 17:00 prapicault The project is going to be released in SR1 (September) http://projects.eclipse.org/projects/tools.buildship 17:00 HarmeetSingh i think gradle use groovy ? 17:00 feldoh how would you go about deploying resultant artifacts to a maven repo. I have previously found this to be badly documented although this was a while ago 17:00 sjmaple if you'd like to follow Andres on twitter, he's at http://twitter.com/aalmiray 16:59 sjmaple any final questions, please ask now! 16:58 sjmaple http://twitter.com/gradleplugins 16:57 HarmeetSingh it seems good 16:57 sjmaple http://plugins.gradle.org 16:55 HarmeetSingh like maven we declare dependencies in parent pom, gradle also manage dependencies like maven? 16:53 HarmeetSingh great 16:53 Ehsanullah I'm sold on Gradle! I say it's HOT!! 16:51 HarmeetSingh how we manage dependencies and plugins manage in gradle multi module project ? 16:48 shelajev :) 16:48 HarmeetSingh i think @andres feal happy 16:48 gauravbrills ahh lets move on 16:47 prapicault :) 16:46 prapicault it is a small p not a capital P 16:46 HarmeetSingh they automatically install all dependencies in repo 16:46 gauravbrills but if I have a project in eclipse I have all dependecies .. and just do a whole build when deploying in CI 16:45 HarmeetSingh just to the parent pom to clean install 16:42 gauravbrills do at root level will do for all 16:42 andreas The parent POM is not in the repository. 16:42 HarmeetSingh ha,. 16:41 HarmeetSingh yes 16:41 HarmeetSingh for install our jar to reposiotry 16:41 HarmeetSingh mvn clean install 16:40 HarmeetSingh mvn install 16:40 MichaelAubert In France, it's called the Bonaldi effect 16:39 HarmeetSingh mvn install 16:38 HarmeetSingh right 16:31 HarmeetSingh i think its like to manage plugin in maven 16:26 HarmeetSingh really great 16:23 MichaelAubert if he puts the file in a folder named sample. 16:20 Guest26454 This is pretty recent 16:20 sjmaple are there two? 16:20 sjmaple how does it split the pom out? 16:19 Guest26454 of your pom, rather than everything 16:19 Guest26454 This is no longer the case. Maven now has a mode where you can deploy only the dependencies 16:12 HarmeetSingh great 16:12 sjmaple let me know what aspects of Gradle you want to see 16:12 shelajev if anyone has any questions, please write them here and we'll be happy to forward them to Andres 16:11 sjmaple any questions please let us know! 16:09 sjmaple we're live by the way, in case you can't see us! 16:09 sjmaple hey HarmeetSingh! 16:08 HarmeetSingh hi 16:06 shelajev @HarmeetSingh, thanks a lot! 16:06 shelajev and the part 2 -> http://pages.zeroturnaround.com/RebelLabs-AllReportLanders_JavaBuildToolsPart2.html 16:06 HarmeetSingh thanks @shelajev for valuable report 16:06 shelajev and the reports about build tools that Andres has mentioned are: http://pages.zeroturnaround.com/RebelLabs-AllReportLanders_JavaBuildTools.html <- Part1 16:06 shelajev ^^ the last link is to our latest report about understanding performance issues and knowing performance tools! 16:03 shelajev http://pages.zeroturnaround.com/the-developers-guide-to-understanding-performance-problems.html 16:02 HarmeetSingh i hope, gradle is hot build tool 16:02 HarmeetSingh 10 16:01 shelajev on a scale from 1 to 10, how excited are you about this session about the best build tool for Java: Maven! 16:01 HarmeetSingh hello @simon 16:01 sjmaple ok, about to go live in a sec 16:00 HarmeetSingh hello to all 16:00 HarmeetSingh after long time, joining vjug session 15:59 madmas hi :) 15:59 millrossjez Hello new helloers :) 15:57 MarkusHH Hello from Hamburg 15:57 gauravbrills Hi ever1 15:56 sjmaple Hello, everyone! 15:56 millrossjez Hi Murthy, Oleg 15:55 shelajev hello people! 15:45 MurthyRatnala Hi All 15:45 millrossjez Hello, Ixzo! 15:42 ixzo Hello, World!