Deprecate afterEvaluate invocation after a project is evaluated Calling afterEvaluate once the project is evaluated has no effect (aka the action is never called). We are converting the silent ignore of the action into a deprecation warning which will then become an error in Gradle 7.0.
Split global services for faster CLI startup The CLI, Daemon and Tooling API all share certain global services. But when the CLI is just forwarding the build request to the daemon (which is the default), we don't need most of these services. This change splits the global services into a basic part (that the CLI always needs) and an extended part (that it only needs in --no-daemon mode). This greatly speeds up startup for the default case, because we do less class loading, less instantiation and less service lookups.