Manually install Gradle plugin

For reasons out of my control I'm unable to resolve plugins from the internet. I want to know how can I manually install the plugins I need so gradle finds them.

I found the .gradle folder and I assume they'll be downloaded there, but have no idea where I should put them.

Any help is more than welcomed.

Answers


The gradle cache in .gradle is a bit finicky, and not really meant to be changed manually. See some additional information about making gradle cache portable here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/34973244/745574

Maybe the best way to cache plugins offline is to find a way to add the plugin binaries to you local .m2 folder - maven cache is more forgiving of copy pasting files.


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