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Gradle Settings

Configuring your Gradle settings.


Your server-side project can be found in the serverside folder in the root of your target repository.

SpringBot writes the spring server-side as a Gradle application. Gradle is a build tool that can handle running, building, testing, and even packaging your application for deploy. It also handles dependencies and can run custom tasks.

Let’s take a look at the Gradle files in the root directory of serverside

serverside/gradle.properties contains version numbers. The only one we will be editing for target applications is version in it’s protected region:

# % protected region % [Update the version of your application here] on begin
version=0.1.4.1
# % protected region % [Update the version of your application here] end

NOTE: Make sure you turn this protected region on, as the version will otherwise be removed next time the bot writes the code

You can change this version as you please. When you run ./gradlew bootJar or ./gradlew bootWar it will create a jar or war in the serverside/build/libs folder with the name ${rootProject.name}-${version}. war or jar

serverside/settings.gradle contains the project name setting which is used for the Gradle tasks - many of which can be found in the

serverside/build.gradle file. This file contains dependencies, tasks, eternal repositories, and custom tasks.
If you want to add a dependency to your spring server-side, you can simply add it as a Gradle dependency.
Find the bottom of the dependencies object in the build.gradle file:

...

    // Process annotations
    annotationProcessor 'org.projectlombok:lombok:1.18.4'
    annotationProcessor 'com.querydsl:querydsl-apt:4.2.1:jpa'
    annotationProcessor 'org.hibernate.javax.persistence:hibernate-jpa-2.1-api:1.0.2.Final'
    annotationProcessor 'javax.annotation:javax.annotation-api:1.3.2'

    // % protected region % [Apply any additional dependencies here] off begin
    // % protected region % [Apply any additional dependencies here] end
}

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