javafx-gradle / samples / Modena / javafx.plugin

 * Bootstrap script for the Gradle JavaFX Plugin.
 * (based on
 * The script will add the latest version of the plugin to the build script
 * dependencies and apply the plugin to the project. If you do not want
 * this behavior you can copy and paste the below configuration into your
 * own build script and define your own repository and version for the plugin.

buildscript {
    repositories {
        maven {
            name = 'BinTray'
            url = ''
        maven {
            name = 'CloudBees Snapshot'
            url = ''
        ivy {
            url = ''
    dependencies {
        classpath 'org.bitbucket.shemnon.javafxplugin:gradle-javafx-plugin:0.4.0-SNAPSHOT'
        classpath project.files("${['java.home']}/../lib/ant-javafx.jar")
        classpath project.files("${['java.home']}/lib/jfxrt.jar")

if (!project.plugins.findPlugin(org.bitbucket.shemnon.javafxplugin.JavaFXPlugin)) {
    project.apply(plugin: org.bitbucket.shemnon.javafxplugin.JavaFXPlugin)
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