I am not sure if it is just my Arch Linux environment, but the gradle-wrapper.jar is getting corrupted after I download the exercise.
The first sign of this is I get this output when after downloading the exercise:
efreet java/squeaky-clean » ./gradlew test
Error: Could not find or load main class org.gradle.wrapper.GradleWrapperMain
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.gradle.wrapper.GradleWrapperMain
So then I checked a gradle-wrapper.jar:
efreet concept/squeaky-clean ‹main*› » zip -T gradle/wrapper/gradle-wrapper.jar
zip warning: expected 33 entries but found 32
zip error: Zip file structure invalid (gradle/wrapper/gradle-wrapper.jar)
Curious to know if the same thing happens for anyone else?
Thanks for reporting this! I was able to reproduce your issue and merged a fix that updates the gradle-wrapper.jars for all exercises. My gut feeling says that it was caused by Git trying to convert CRLF to LF, but I’m not 100% sure.
I can’t seem to get the updated files downloaded for exercises that I have downloaded before. The website doesn’t give me the option to update to the latest version, and redownloading with the CLI (normally and with --force) always gives me the same version that doesn’t work. Any idea why this happens?
The gradlew file in the downloaded exercise doesn’t have the same permissions as on GitHub: it should be 0755 but after downloading it’s 0644. This causes ./gradlew test to complain, saying zsh: permission denied: ./gradlew. Again, any idea why this happens?