[GRADLE-712] Way to either override repositories specified in a project or to inject repositories ahead of those specified in a project Created: 21/Oct/09 Updated: 10/Feb/17 Resolved: 10/Feb/17
For OSS libraries, the build should JustWork when checked out. This would mean needing to include repository information in the project itself.
However, in many cases an individual developer would rather point to an "artifact manager" (Artifactory, Nexus, etc) for artifact resolution. currently this is not really possible since even though you can add repositories into the proect there is no way to prepend them; they would be appended and the project specified ones would win.
Ideally, this would be allowed system wide (aka ~/.gradle/init.gradle or similar)
|Comment by Steve Ebersole [ 21/Oct/09 ]|
A mirrorOf approach similar to what maven allows would work as well. In Maven, the user simply says that the artifact manager is a mirror of the central repository and maven will then try to resolve all artifact urls on central against the artifact manager mirror. Personally I think the injection + prepending approach is much nicer, but just wanted to point out another potential option
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|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 10/Feb/17 ]|
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