[GRADLE-1048] Provide nailgun integration for greater command-line responsiveness Created: 22/Jul/10 Updated: 04/Jan/13 Resolved: 03/Dec/10
|Reporter:||Chris Beams||Assignee:||Adam Murdoch|
I've done an initial investigation on integrating Gradle with Nailgun. Nailgun does in fact work as advertised, and though it hasn't had a release since 2005, there is activity on the mailing list and reason to believe there will be a new release in the near future.
There are specific issues getting Gradle to work with Nailgun. The easiest way to explain this is probably to have you simply repeat the process I went through. It doesn't take long, but you will need Make installed on your machine:
Nailgun seems like it has promising potential for speeding up command line performance in gradle, which I think for many is a 'first impression' issue that could make or break looking at Gradle any further. These issues would obviously need to be worked out first, however.
|Comment by Chris Beams [ 03/Dec/10 ]|
This issue is obsolete given the Gradle daemon support now integrated in 0.9-rc3