Gradle Goodness: Specify Spock As Test Framework At Initialization

Since Gradle 2.11 we can specify the test framework to use when we initialise a project with the init task. There is a new option for this task: --test-framework. By default JUnit dependencies are added, but if we specify the value spock the Spock libraries are included in the dependencies section of our build.gradle file.

Let’s run the init task to create a Java project with Spock as test framework:

Let’s see the contents of the build.gradle file that is generated:

Notice in the dependencies section that the Groovy and Spock dependencies are added.

Written with Gradle 2.11.

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My name is Hubert A. Klein Ikkink also known as mrhaki. I work at the great IT company JDriven. Here I work on projects with Groovy & Grails, Gradle and Spring. At JDriven we focus on SpringSource technologies. All colleagues want to learn new technologies, support craftmanship and are very eager to learn. This is truly a great environment to work in. You can contact me via Google+ or @mrhaki.

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