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Apr 2016
Blane Dabney
Apr 29 2016 16:43
@pngdwnld you can either push that gem up to a local gem server (using something like geminabox) and include that gem server using rubygems() in your build.gradle repositories
OR you can use ruby maven to install that gem as a pom into your local maven repo (~/.mvn2) and add your local maven repo as a repository in your build.gradle
I've done both
The first one is definitely preferred
running rmvn can take a long time as it pulls down every dependency and builds a pom for it. Using geminabox is quick and easy