I'm using (with some additional custom modifications) code from: https://github.com/HexagonMC/Spigot-Gradle
Running the pipeline it will start downloading the gradle and gradlewrapper files, and then, during the actual "./gradlew build" phase, it will download additional maven plugins.
However, adding "maven" to the caches section of my bitbucket-pipelines.yml doesn't help as this is always the result:
Cache "maven": Not found
Cache "gradle": Downloading
Cache "gradle": Extracting
Cache "gradle": Loaded
Cache "gradlewrapper": Downloading
Cache "gradlewrapper": Extracting
Cache "gradlewrapper": Loaded
Is there some way to still cache this? (adding it to the cache after the build has finished for example?) This would save a LOT of time.
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