Le 09/07/2015 09:26, 殷啟聰 a écrit :

> There is no reason to split those packages, anyway one wanting to use
> Gradle will install all 3 packages together. Besides, most jars are in
> libgradle-plugins-java, the other 2 do not have too much things.
> On the other hand, splitting 3 packages only increases maintenance work,
> and I believe that's why the original maintainer decided to merge all
> individual plugin packages since 1.4.
> So I think merging all packages is a better approach, maven does the
> same right?

Maven 2 has a separate library package (libmaven2-core-java), and I'm
going to split the Maven 3 package in two parts (maven +
libmaven3-core-java). The reason is that you may want to depend on Maven
libraries without installing Maven and pulling a JRE. But I guess it
makes more sense for Maven which has many reverse dependencies on the
library unlike Gradle.

Emmanuel Bourg

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