The wrapper plugin is currently incubating. Please be aware that the DSL and other configuration may change in later Gradle versions.
The Gradle wrapper plugin allows the generation of Gradle wrapper files by adding a
task, that generates all files needed to run the build using the Gradle Wrapper.
Details about the Gradle Wrapper can be found in Chapter 5, The Gradle Wrapper.
Without modifying the
build.gradle file, the wrapper plugin can be auto-applied to the root project of the current build by running
gradle wrapper” from the command line. This applies the plugin if no task named
wrapper is already defined in the build.
The wrapper plugin adds the following tasks to the project:
Table 23.1. Wrapper plugin - tasks
|Task name||Depends on||Type||Description|
||Generates Gradle wrapper files.|