How to Install and Getting Started with Gradle Automation Tool on openSUSE Easy Guide

May 12, 2014 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Latest Gradle openSUSE – Quick-Start Guide

You are Welcome! The Tutorial shows you Step-by-Step How to Install and Getting-Started with Gradle Enterprise Automation Tools on openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x-Leap/15.x-Leap GNU/Linux KDE/GNOME Desktop.

And Gradle for openSUSE is the next evolutionary step in JVM-based build tools. It draws on lessons learned from established tools like Ant and Maven and takes their best ideas to the next level.

Following a build-by-convention approach, Gradle allows for declaratively modeling your problem domain using a powerful and expressive domain-specific language (DSL) implemented in Groovy instead of XML.

Gradle Evolved Automation Features:

  • Strong yet flexible conventions
  • Enterprise level control capabilities
  • Manageable and understandable builds

To the Gradle Installation Tutorial on openSUSE Linux Bottom You will find a Link to Hello-World Build Script Guide.

Gradle Quick Start for openSUSE - Featured
  1. Open a Command Line Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Gradle Quick Start for openSUSE - Open Terminal
  2. Download Latest Gradle Complete Release

    Gradle All .zip
  3. How to Install Recommended Oracle Java JDK on openSUSE

    Install Oracle JDK for openSUSE
  4. Check if Java Development Kit is Installed.

    java -version
  5. Unzip Gradle Archive into /tmp.

    unzip -d /tmp/ $HOME/Downloads/gradle*.zip
    rm $HOME/Downloads/gradle*.zip
  6. Relocate Gradle Archive.

    sudo su -c "mv /tmp/gradle* /opt/"
  7. Add Gradle Env Variables and Set Path.

    echo "GRADLE_HOME=/opt/gradle-[X.Y]" > $HOME/.bashrc

    Just Replace the Gradle Version to [X.Y] in above Command

    echo 'export PATH=$PATH:$GRADLE_HOME/bin' > $HOME/.bashrc
    source $HOME/.bashrc
  8. Testing Gradle Installation.

    gradle -v
  9. (Optional) Speed Up Gradle Builds with Gradle Daemon

    echo "org.gradle.daemon=true" > $HOME/.gradle/gradle.properties

    Once you have globally enabled the Gradle Daemon in this way, all your builds will take advantage a Speed Boost.

  10. Getting-Started with Gradle Automation Build Script

    Gradle Build Script Example

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