Passing envs into gradle build?

I am using gradlew within a container for a CI build.

ENV values are not being recognized when I add them in the bash shell.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Passing envs into gradle build?”

    I’m not really sure about the problem here, is that you cannot read the variables inside gradle?

    This question might help: In Gradle, is there a better way to get Environment Variables?

    version = System.getenv("JENKINS_BUILD_NUMBER") ?: "0.1-SNAPSHOT"

    is working fine in my build.gradle scripts.

    Here there is an example:

    Well, that should definitely work fine.

    that’s my build.gradle:

    apply plugin: 'java'
    apply plugin: 'groovy'
    task('hello') {
      println System.getenv("HI")

    So, if I run:

    export HI="hello there"

    gradle hello

    I get this:

    hello there
    :hello UP-TO-DATE
    Total time: 0.869 secs

    This works. Just make sure that the ENV variables are correctly defined in your CI conf.

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