Is there a way to have Gradle cache artifacts in an S3-bucket(-alike) instead of in the local file system?

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  • gradle-s3-build-cache

    An AWS S3 Gradle build cache implementation

    Is there a way to have Gradle use a Spaces/S3 bucket instead of the local file system for caching artifacts? I found myniva/gradle-s3-build-cache and burrunan/gradle-s3-build-cache, but both seem to have stopped updating about a year ago so I'm not sure they're really ready for real usage. Does anyone have experience using either of these?

  • gradle-s3-build-cache

    An AWS S3 Gradle build cache implementation (by burrunan)

    Is there a way to have Gradle use a Spaces/S3 bucket instead of the local file system for caching artifacts? I found myniva/gradle-s3-build-cache and burrunan/gradle-s3-build-cache, but both seem to have stopped updating about a year ago so I'm not sure they're really ready for real usage. Does anyone have experience using either of these?

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