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[1.8.9] Set up build.gradle for drone.io and github integration


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  • 4 weeks later...

You don't need to do anything special. You just tell drone.io to run the gradle tasks you want. You can see an example configuration here, the corresponding git repo is here.

 

Note however that drone.io will only keep the artifacts (=jar files) from your latest build. If you want more to persist, you need external storage.

 

After the first build, shouldn't it be safe to remove "./gradlew setupCIWorkspace"?

 

Actually, on hindsight, maybe not. It clones the repository every single time, thus resetting the workspace. Am I right?

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Actually, on hindsight, maybe not. It clones the repository every single time, thus resetting the workspace. Am I right?

Yes.

 

Also, which external storage would you recommend, and how would you implement it? Preferably free.

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