Snyk helps you find, fix and monitor for known vulnerabilities in your dependencies, both on an ad hoc basis and as part of your CI (Build) system.
|ℹ️ This repository is only a plugin to be used with the Snyk CLI tool. To use this plugin to test and fix vulnerabilities in your project, install the Snyk CLI tool first. Head over to snyk.io to get started.|
Snyk Gradle CLI Plugin
This plugin provides dependency metadata for Gradle projects that use
gradle and have a
❌ Not supported ❓ No issues expected but not regularly tested ✅ Supported and verified with tests
Supported Node versions
Supported Java & Gradle versions
|Java / Gradle||2.*||3.*||4.*||5.*||6.0|
Supported Snyk command line arguments:
--gradle-sub-project=fooreturn dependencies for a specific subproject (by default, return only the dependencies for the top-level project)
Additional command line arguments:
--all-sub-projectsfor "multi project" configurations, test all sub-projects.
--configuration-matching=<string>Resolve dependencies using only configuration(s) that match the provided Java regular expression, e.g. '^releaseRuntimeClasspath$'.
--configuration-attributes=<string>Select certain values of configuration attributes to resolve the dependencies. E.g.: 'buildtype:release,usage:java-runtime'
Under the hood
lib/init.gradle for the Groovy script injected in Gradle builds to gather and resolve the dependencies.