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[Solved] [1.7.10] Fat Jars and lost dependencies


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I've been trying to package several Maven dependencies into the released Jar file. On a normal Gradle instance I can add:

 

jar {
from configurations.compile
	.findAll { it.getAbsolutePath().contains("org.squiddev") }
	.collect { it.isDirectory() ? it : zipTree(it) }
}

 

And it will package all dependencies in the group org.squiddev.* into the produced Jar file. However when using ForgeGradle all Minecraft/Forge dependencies (net.minecraft, cpw.mods.fml) seem to get lost and it cannot compile.

 

My build.gradle and the log are on this gist. I'm just wondering what I'm doing wrong?

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If anyone else has this problem I've found a solution similar to this:

 

Adding this to build.gradle

configurations {
fatPackage
}

sourceSets.main.compileClasspath += [configurations.fatPackage]

jar {
from configurations.fatPackage
	.findAll { it.getAbsolutePath().contains("org.squiddev") }
	.collect { it.isDirectory() ? it : zipTree(it) }
}

 

and putting my dependencies under fatPackage instead of compile resolves it. Its slightly hacky but everything seems to work.

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