The Gradle support seems to be very limited and disappointing.
I started to type depen and expected it to auto-complete to dependencies but it didn't.
Then I tried Alt-Insert and nothing happened.
I started to create a FileTree as per
I got as far as
tree = fileTree(dir: ''
But there were no suggestions if I started typeing src or c:/tools/ for example
When I double click on a target in the Ant or Maven windows they run.
When I do the same in the Gradle window nothing happens.
It turns out I have to right-click Run target.
If I start to import an ant class for filtering as per http://www.gradle.org/docs/current/userguide/userguide_single.html#filterOnCopy the auto-complete of the import statement fails to resolve.
In 4 years since the Gradle Support was announced (http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/08/gradle-support/) all that has appeared is the ability to run targets from a tool window and a bit of syntax highlighting.
You can't even use F4 to jump to the gradle script from the Tool Window in the same way that you can in Ant and Maven Tool Windows.
In my expereince, this lack of support discourages the use of gradle over ant or maven.
Why did you choose to spend all the time on the Tool Window and running the targets from IDEA instead of making the creation of the build scripts pleasurable?