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I have a plugin that export your Gradle dependencies to the gradle.properties file and allows you to find available updates

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Gradle dependencies with IDE integration and lookup for available updates

de.fayard.buildSrcVersions

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The Gradle plugin de.fayard.buildSrcVersions goal is to make it as painless as possible to upgrade your project to the latest and greatest version of everything.

It does that by extracting all your dependencies, searching for available dependencies updates and generating Kotlin code, Groovy code or Gradle properties.

Installation

Edit your root build.gradle(.kts) file

We recommend to use the plugins block:

buildscript {
    //...
}
plugins {
  id("de.fayard.buildSrcVersions") version "0.6.5"
}
// Don't put any code before the buildscripts {} and plugins {} block

Updating Gradle is usually a good idea. You get less bugs, more features and more build speed, and it’s as simple as this:

$ ./gradlew wrapper --gradle-version 5.6.2

If you have to, use instead the legacy buildscript { …​ } syntax

Legacy buildscript syntax - click to expand
buildscript {
  repositories {
    maven {
      url "https://plugins.gradle.org/m2/"
    }

It looks like this:

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