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Re: Packaging issue on gradle's library dependency

On Sun, Dec 20, 2015 at 2:28 AM, 殷啟聰 <seamlikok@gmail.com> wrote:
> I haven't dug too much about your package, but I think you are right
> about Proguard missing the POM files. Currently "proguard" does not
> generate maven-repo data which are POMs stored in
> /usr/share/maven-repo. It will be great to submit a wishlist bug to
> src:proguard, but if you want to get your package prepared soon you
> can avoid using gradle-debian-helper (--buildsystem=gradle) by
> directly invoking Gradle in your debian/rules. But you need to do some
> extra work:

Thanks for your reply in detail!
For the lack of POMs for proguard, it seems fine since you introduced
me the workaround.

> # 1. Invoking Gradle
> See <http://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/pkg-java/bintray-client-java.git/tree/debian/rules?h=debian/0.8.1-1>.
> The point is you need to add "--offline --gradle-user-home
> .gradlehome" and after the invocation you need to remove .gradle and
> .gradlehome.
> # 2. Patch build scripts
> Replace all repository closures with:
> repositories {
>   flatDir { dirs '/usr/share/java' }
>   maven { url 'file:///usr/share/maven-repo' }
> }

I have no experienced in java related packaging, so I didn't get what
you said at first.
But I found a patch to migrate from the way you proposed to what I
have been used:
- http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/pkg-java-commits/2015-October/046387.html

What I need is actually "reverse" version of above patch. (of course
with a few changes)
Now I have overcome the "proguard" library issue.

However, I met new dependency issue, log as below.
Evaluating project ':smali' using build file
Compiling build file '/home/roger/smali/smali/build.gradle' using

FAILURE: Build failed with an exception.

* What went wrong:
A problem occurred configuring project ':smali'.
> Could not resolve all dependencies for configuration ':smali:classpath'.
   > Could not find co.tomlee.gradle.plugins:gradle-jflex-plugin:0.0.2.
     Searched in the following locations:

I find a few "grandle plugins" in pkg libgradle-plugins-java, which is
produced by src:gradle.
But gradle-jflex is not covered by libgradle-plugins-java, so I guess
I need to package it myself.
The upstream is:
-  https://github.com/thomaslee/gradle-jflex-plugin

I just want to confirm my understanding is correct. Thank you!


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