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When writing a plugin there are many tricks and techniques that a plugin author can use. Many of them are not well-published and an author is found dumpster-diving to salvage bits and pieces from blogs, forum postings, StackOverflow, Gists, MrHaki’s Gradle Goodness and the Gradle documentation. In addition, with the release of Gradle 2.5 & 2.6 more options have become available to the script author, some which are incompatible with earlier Gradle 2.x releases. Other changes require a new mindset, preparing the way for a futuristic Gradle 3.0..
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Schalk Cronjé is a freelance product-delivery coach, technology consultant and trainer. His A-skill profile means he works with organisations at both business and technical levels. He keeps technically fit by participating in a variety of open-source projects. He is the maintainer of Groovy-VFS and also maintains or contributes to a number of Gradle plugins including Asciidoctor, GradleTest and JRuby.