[GRADLE-1848] Tooling API: Provide fine-grained dependency resolving notification callbacktool Created: 20/Oct/11 Updated: 10/Feb/17 Resolved: 10/Feb/17
It may take a while for the tooling api to download required external dependencies. It would be nice to provide a client with the information about the current action and its progress.
For example, consider that we're resolving project with, say, 2 unresolved external libraries. It would be nice to get the following notification on client side:
That would allow to provide nice responsive and informative UI to the end-user that uses Gradle Tooling API via external GUI interface
|Comment by Adam Murdoch [ 09/Nov/11 ]|
These events are available as progress events, via a ProgressListener. Would this be sufficient for what you need?
|Comment by Denis Zhdanov [ 10/Nov/11 ]|
Haven't known about ProgressListener, thanks. I incorporated it to IJ gradle plugin but it seems to provide too raw information without ability to define what is actually interested. For example, here is a snippet received during importing 'gradle' project:
I doubt end-user needs to see all of those 'Configure projects' and 'Resolve dependencies'
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|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 10/Feb/17 ]|
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