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From C├ędric Champeau <>
Subject Re: Indy vs default build
Date Mon, 29 May 2017 16:50:16 GMT
> If it is a big binary breaking version this Gradle will not adapt that
> Groovy version anytime anyway. Right?
> It needs to be binary compatible (so that precompiled plugins still work)
*and* compatible with JDK 7 (which is the minimal runtime for Gradle). When
I say this may or may not be an issue, it's because by the time Groovy 3 is
released, maybe Gradle would require Java 8, I really don't know. Or, if
not, we could decide to stay on Groovy 2.x, since Gradle Script Kotlin is
supposed to be the default in the future.

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