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Favour unboxed Kotlin range accessors

Fix Kotlin warnings

Fix Kotlin warnings

Fix Kotlin warnings

Let `DeprecatedClassLoaderScope` honor listener contract

Let `DeprecatedClassLoaderScope` honor listener contract

Let `DeprecatedClassLoaderScope` honor listener contract

Fix test after merge gone wrong

Ignore test that was accidentally enabled

Polish `DefaultClassLoaderScope`

- add missing `@Nullable` annotations

Polish `DefaultClassLoaderScope`

- add missing `@Nullable` annotations

Polish `DefaultClassLoaderScope`

- add missing `@Nullable` annotations

Merge branch 'master' into eskatos/ie/spike-reuse-classloaders

Add integration test coverage for shared resources

Signed-off-by: Mark Vieira <portugee@gmail.com>

Revert "Revert "Add debug support to TestLauncher (#9863)""

This reverts commit 17d0ec1ba0dd44df1a6e2e2f8e79c366faa2bee7.

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Merge pull request #10071 from gradle/bamboo/ie/abstract-task-properties

Let instant execution serialize generated task properties

Merge pull request #10079 from gradle/bamboo/master/kotlin-dsl/script-plugin-with-package

Allow package declarations in Kotlin DSL scripts

Merge pull request #10078 from gradle/gh/worker-api/documentation

Documentation updates for Worker API Improvements

Fix issue with running JDWPUtil on JDK 8

Fix issue with running JDWPUtil on JDK 8

Interrupt task workers when build is cancelled

This allows arbitrary tasks to respond to cancellation, the same

way that task timouts are handled. The task only needs to respond

to interrupts in order to be cancellable. No additional public API

is required.

Interrupt task workers when build is cancelled

This allows arbitrary tasks to respond to cancellation, the same

way that task timouts are handled. The task only needs to respond

to interrupts in order to be cancellable. No additional public API

is required.

Add selector override functionality to resolution engine

Add selector override functionality to resolution engine

Do not sort selectors when a force is present

Otherwise the sorting was breaking the "first force wins" behaviour.

Do not sort selectors when a force is present

Otherwise the sorting was breaking the "first force wins" behaviour.

Bump to groovy-all 1.3

Bump to groovy-all 1.3

Bump to groovy-all 1.3

Bump to groovy-all 1.3