[GRADLE-1059] Provide command line options for more or less verbose task listings Created: 28/Jul/10 Updated: 04/Jan/13 Resolved: 24/Nov/10
|Reporter:||Chris Beams||Assignee:||Hans Dockter|
Using the build_daemon branch and taking advantage of task grouping, a -t listing can look something like the following:
This is nice, but more verbose than the average user may want to see. Ideally, -t would output the following:
Then, if the user wishes to see more information, such as the task dependencies in the initial listing, -tt could be issued, meaning "more verbose task listing".
Indeed, a vanilla gradle -t could provide a hint at the bottom of the listing "use -tt for more information".
As an aside, I don't know that it makes much sense to print out 'BUILD SUCCESSFUL' after a -t listing.
|Comment by Adam Murdoch [ 01/Aug/10 ]|
The -t option now displays only the main tasks and their descriptions (similar to the example above). Added --all which includes all the other details in the output of -t.
|Comment by Chris Beams [ 01/Aug/10 ]|
Great... Will there be a snapshot zip posted?