The new version of the Gradle plugin gradle-download-task 1.2 has just been
released. The plugin provides a
Download task that displays progress
information while downloading files, just like Gradle does when it fetches
an artifact from a repository.
The new version is now also available from the Gradle plugin portal. This allows users of Gradle 2.1 or higher to include gradle-download-task via the new plugin mechanism:
Users of Gradle 2.0 or 1.x have to add the following to their build file:
The plugin’s new version is now also compatible with all stable versions of Gradle. It has been tested with Gradle 1.0 up to 2.2.1 but should be compatible to any other version as well.
Grab gradle-download-task 1.2 while it’s still hot:
Posted by Michel Krämer
on 29 November 2014
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