gradle-apt-plugin 0.10-1.1 source package in Ubuntu


gradle-apt-plugin (0.10-1.1) unstable; urgency=medium

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gradle-apt-plugin: Gradle plugin to use Java annotation processors

 This plugin does a few things to make it easier/safer to use Java annotation
 processors in a Gradle build:
   * it ensures the presence of configurations for your compile-time only
     dependencies (annotations, generally) and annotation processors,
     consistently across all supported Gradle versions;
   * automatically configures the corresponding JavaCompile and GroovyCompile
     tasks to make use of these configurations, when the java or groovy plugin
     is applied;
   * automatically configures IntelliJ IDEA and/or Eclipse when the
     net.ltgt.apt-idea or net.ltgt.apt-eclipse plugins are applied.