[logback-dev] Running the logback project as a commitocracy

Craig P. Motlin cmotlin at gmail.com
Mon Feb 21 18:16:56 CET 2011

IDE support for SBT is lacking too, so I also tend to use it side by side
with Maven.

On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 11:48 AM, Robert Elliot <rob at lidalia.org.uk> wrote:

> > Gradle's better/more flexible design is rather appealing. One of the
> > fetaures I like about the current maven-based build is that IDEA can
> > import it without any problems. Can Gradle projects be imported into
> > IDEA as easily?
> We started off with Gradle on my current project, but we've moved back to
> Maven because of the lack of IDE support.  The ease of sorting out the
> classpath in Eclipse and IDEA using Maven plugins makes up a lot for the
> pain associated with the rest of Maven.
> If the tool support catches up I would be inclined to use Gradle again; the
> lack of verbosity is a huge win in itself, and the cross between Maven's
> convention approach and Ant's flexibility without writing code in XML is
> great.
> (I've yet to look at SBT.)
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