[GRADLE-1805] Allow users to define custom dependency resolvers Created: 22/Sep/11 Updated: 10/Feb/17 Resolved: 10/Feb/17
Please add the ability for users to define custom dependency resolvers.
|Comment by Adam Murdoch [ 22/Sep/11 ]|
Can you give some more details of what you'd like to use custom dependency resolvers for?
|Comment by Dumitru Daniliuc [ 23/Sep/11 ]|
1. I'd like to be able to use custom parameters: group, name and version are not always enough, or do not always correspond to how dependencies are organized. (By the way, ModuleDependencyFactory needs to be fixed: if the 'group' or 'name' parameter is missing, it should not create a DefaultExternalModuleDependency, because that will throw a InvalidUserDataException; instead, ModuleDependencyFactory should throw a InvalidDependencyNotation exception, to allow other resolvers to try to process the notation.)
2. I have multiple places where my dependencies can be pulled from (artifact repository and local builds, for example). So I'd like to allow users to specify a rule like:
compile project: 'X', module: 'Y', version: 'Z'
without having to worry where the dependency is pulled from. And I would like to be able to implement a resolver that does something like this: if version Z of module Y of project X is checked out locally, then build it, and use /var/tmp/build/project_X/module_Y-Z.jar; otherwise, pull X_Y-Z.jar from the artifact repository.
Basically, I want to be able to decide how to resolve a dependency when I run build.gradle, not when I write it.
|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 15/Nov/16 ]|
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|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 10/Feb/17 ]|
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