So I found this cool tool the other day when researching how to do Gradle multi-module (monorepo). The tool is called
gdub and what it does, is it behaves more or less like
git, instead of having to be in the directory with
./gradlew all you have to do is be in the directory, or a sub directory, and it will fall back to
gradle on the path if
./gradlew isn’t present. You can use it like this
or replace build with any gradle command or option. Visit the website for more information.