Plugin [id: 'org.zaproxy.common.settings'] was not found in any of the following sources:

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Jacob Davison

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Mar 17, 2024, 8:44:56 AMMar 17
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I am trying to setup a development environment using intellij by downloading the source code from GitHub. I have followed the setup guide and and imported the project. However when I run "Reload all Gradle projects" I get the following error.

Settings file '/Users/jdavison/Development/Java/zaproxy/buildSrc/settings.gradle.kts' line: 1

Plugin [id: 'org.zaproxy.common.settings'] was not found in any of the following sources:

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Do I need to setup an init.gradle file with the details of the repository from which to download these dependencies?

thc...@gmail.com

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Mar 17, 2024, 9:58:09 AMMar 17
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Hi,

No, that plugin is available in the Gradle Plugin portal:
https://plugins.gradle.org/plugin/org.zaproxy.common.settings


Best regards.

Jacob Davison

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Mar 18, 2024, 9:22:24 AMMar 18
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Hi, Thanks for the reply. I see the plugin in available in the repository. But somehow it is not getting downloaded and my build keeps failing in the IntelliJ. The other modules such as zap-hud, zap-extension etc. are loaded successfully. Only the zaproxy is failing. 
However it passes this hurdle when I add a specific version like

plugins {
`kotlin-dsl`
id("com.diffplug.spotless") version "6.20.0"
id("org.zaproxy.common")
}


I get a different error after this which I am still working. Can you please confirm what specific version should I use the above case? Is this a bug?
Regards
J

Jacob Davison

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Mar 19, 2024, 7:17:02 AMMar 19
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Hi, I managed to solve the issue but not sure what exactly the issue was. It may be due to multiple versions of com.diffplug.spotless in the cache.
Now let me continue with the rest of the coding contribution article. Thanks for looking into this.
Regards
J

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