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What is Godot?
Do you like waiting? Godot is for passionate thumb-twiddlers of the quantified-self-era. A Gradle plugin to help you keep track of how much time you spend waiting for builds to finish.
Isn't that like the
--profile option in Gradle?
--profile only summarizes the timing of one build, whereas Godot keeps track of how your build duration changes over time.
How to use this
Add the following to your project's root
// ... other buildscript dependencies, e.g. the Android Gradle plugin
apply plugin: 'de.hannesstruss.godot'
When the plugin is applied, it'll keep information about how long each of your builds took. Continue working for a couple of days, then run
and Godot will generate a nice report with some charts.
Without configuration, the logfile for your builds will be kept in the
GRADLE_USER_HOME directory which defaults to
~/.gradle. If you'd rather keep it in your project's build directory, you can configure your
build.gradle like this:
godot.persistLog = false
Be aware that a
gradle clean will then remove the logfile.
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