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Last pushed: 2 months ago
Short Description
A Java development image with Gradle installed.
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qlik/gradle

A Java development image with Gradle installed.

How to build

The Docker image can be built using the following command

docker build -t <your Docker Hub ID>/gradle .

where the dot is the current folder, assuming you are running the docker command from the same folder of the Dockerfile.
If you want a specific Gradle version, build the image with this command instead:

docker build -t <your Docker Hub ID>/gradle --build-arg GRADLE_VERSION=<Gradle version> .

License

This image packages Gradle, which is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.

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qlik
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Comments (3)
gugahoi
10 months ago

Any chance of updating to gradle 2.14.1?

psoaresgqls
a year ago

I think just setting TERM=linux should work. No need for xterm...

yngvark
a year ago

When running "gradle" I get:
"
FAILURE: Build failed with an exception.

  • What went wrong:
    Could not open terminal for stdout: $TERM not set
    "

I had to apt-get install xterm and export TERM=xterm to get gradle to work.

Not too sure about this, but isn't this image supposed to provide this?