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The build dashboard plugin is currently incubating. Please be aware that the DSL and other configuration may change in later Gradle versions.
The Build Dashboard plugin can be used to generate a single HTML dashboard that provides a single point of access to all of the reports generated by a build.
To use the Build Dashboard plugin, include the following in your build script:
Applying the plugin adds the
buildDashboard task to your project. The task aggregates the reports for all tasks that implement the
Reporting interface from all projects in the build. It is typically only applied to the root project.
buildDashboard task does not depend on any other tasks. It will only aggregate the reporting tasks that are independently being executed as part of the build run. To generate the build dashboard, simply include this task in the list of tasks to execute. For example, “
gradle buildDashboard build” will generate a dashboard for all of the reporting tasks that are dependents of the
The Build Dashboard plugin adds the following task to the project:
Table 30.1. Build Dashboard plugin - tasks
|Task name||Depends on||Type||Description|
Generates build dashboard report.
The Build Dashboard plugin does not define any dependency configurations.
You can influence the location of build dashboard plugin generation via