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Welcome to Gradle 7.3.3!
Here are the highlights of this release:
- Easily declare new test suites in Java projects
- Support for Java 17
- Support for Scala 3
For more details see https://docs.gradle.org/7.3.3/release-notes.html
USAGE: gradle [option...] [task...]
-?, -h, --help Shows this help message.
-a, --no-rebuild Do not rebuild project dependencies.
-b, --build-file Specify the build file. [deprecated]
--build-cache Enables the Gradle build cache. Gradle will try to reuse outputs from previous builds.
-c, --settings-file Specify the settings file. [deprecated]
--configuration-cache Enables the configuration cache. Gradle will try to reuse the build configuration from previous builds. [incubating]
--configuration-cache-problems Configures how the configuration cache handles problems (fail or warn). Defaults to fail. [incubating]
--configure-on-demand Configure necessary projects only. Gradle will attempt to reduce configuration time for large multi-project builds. [incubating]
--console Specifies which type of console output to generate. Values are 'plain', 'auto' (default), 'rich' or 'verbose'.
--continue Continue task execution after a task failure.
-D, --system-prop Set system property of the JVM (e.g. -Dmyprop=myvalue).
-d, --debug Log in debug mode (includes normal stacktrace).
--daemon Uses the Gradle daemon to run the build. Starts the daemon if not running.
--export-keys Exports the public keys used for dependency verification.
-F, --dependency-verification Configures the dependency verification mode. Values are 'strict', 'lenient' or 'off'.
--foreground Starts the Gradle daemon in the foreground.
-g, --gradle-user-home Specifies the Gradle user home directory. Defaults to ~/.gradle
-I, --init-script Specify an initialization script.
-i, --info Set log level to info.
--include-build Include the specified build in the composite.
-M, --write-verification-metadata Generates checksums for dependencies used in the project (comma-separated list)
-m, --dry-run Run the builds with all task actions disabled.
--max-workers Configure the number of concurrent workers Gradle is allowed to use.
--no-build-cache Disables the Gradle build cache.
--no-configuration-cache Disables the configuration cache. [incubating]
--no-configure-on-demand Disables the use of configuration on demand. [incubating]
--no-daemon Do not use the Gradle daemon to run the build. Useful occasionally if you have configured Gradle to always run with the daemon by default.
--no-parallel Disables parallel execution to build projects.
--no-scan Disables the creation of a build scan. For more information about build scans, please visit https://gradle.com/build-scans.
--no-watch-fs Disables watching the file system.
--offline Execute the build without accessing network resources.
-P, --project-prop Set project property for the build script (e.g. -Pmyprop=myvalue).
-p, --project-dir Specifies the start directory for Gradle. Defaults to current directory.
--parallel Build projects in parallel. Gradle will attempt to determine the optimal number of executor threads to use.
--priority Specifies the scheduling priority for the Gradle daemon and all processes launched by it. Values are 'normal' (default) or 'low'
--profile Profile build execution time and generates a report in the
--project-cache-dir Specify the project-specific cache directory. Defaults to .gradle in the root project directory.
-q, --quiet Log errors only.
--refresh-dependencies Refresh the state of dependencies.
--refresh-keys Refresh the public keys used for dependency verification.
--rerun-tasks Ignore previously cached task results.
-S, --full-stacktrace Print out the full (very verbose) stacktrace for all exceptions.
-s, --stacktrace Print out the stacktrace for all exceptions.
--scan Creates a build scan. Gradle will emit a warning if the build scan plugin has not been applied. (https://gradle.com/build-scans)
--status Shows status of running and recently stopped Gradle daemon(s).
--stop Stops the Gradle daemon if it is running.
-t, --continuous Enables continuous build. Gradle does not exit and will re-execute tasks when task file inputs change.
--update-locks Perform a partial update of the dependency lock, letting passed in module notations change version. [incubating]
-v, --version Print version info.
-w, --warn Set log level to warn.
--warning-mode Specifies which mode of warnings to generate. Values are 'all', 'fail', 'summary'(default) or 'none'
--watch-fs Enables watching the file system for changes, allowing data about the file system to be re-used for the next build.
--write-locks Persists dependency resolution for locked configurations, ignoring existing locking information if it exists
-x, --exclude-task Specify a task to be excluded from execution.