The last continuous integration tool that we are going to configure is Atlassian Bamboo. Bamboo is a commercial continuous integration server. There is a 30-day evaluation license available from the Atlassian website. We will discuss how to configure Bamboo to use Gradle as a build tool for our Java project.
We can install Bamboo on our local computer. We will first need to download the installation package from the Bamboo website. We can choose native installers for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. Alternatively, we can simply download a packaged version and unzip it in a directory on our computer. Finally, we can download a WAR file and deploy it to a web container.
Bamboo has no Gradle runner or plugin, but we can define a build plan and add the so-called script task. A script task can run any script as part of the build plan. To make sure that Bamboo can build our Java project, we must add the Gradle Wrapper scripts to the project.
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