Debugging your Gradle errors

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The following is an excerpt from Gradle - What is a non-zero exit value and how do I fix it?, see it for the full discussion.

Let’s say you are developing an application and you get some Gradle error that appears that generally will look like so.

:module:someTask FAILED
FAILURE: Build failed with an exception.
* What went wrong:
Execution failed for task ':module:someTask'.
> some message here...  finished with non-zero exit value X
* Try:
Run with --stacktrace option to get the stack trace. Run with --info or --debug option to get more log output.
Total time: Y.ZZ secs

You search here on StackOverflow for your problem, and people say to clean and rebuild your project, or enable MultiDex, and when you try that, it just isn’t fixing the problem.

There are ways to get more information, but the Gradle output itself should point at the actual error in the few lines above that message between :module:someTask FAILED and the last :module:someOtherTask that passed. Therefore, if you ask a question about your error, please edit your questions to include more context to the error.

So, you get a “non-zero exit value.” Well, that number is a good indicator of what you should try to fix. Here are a few occur most frequently.

The general solutions for the above (after attempting a Clean and Rebuild of the project) are:

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