How to work on windows with gradle and WSL (windows bash)

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Nowadays, it’s quite easy to have access to an embedded linux installation under Windows, allowing to use command line tools (like maven or gradle) right from that terminal. One problem still remains : everything executed inside that local shell installation will have absolute paths, not known by windows. This is going to be problematic when one is willing to use gradle in the terminal and eclipse under windows, as the generated .