You can open this sample inside an IDE using the IntelliJ native importer or Eclipse Buildship.

This sample shows how a JNI library implemented in Java and Objective-C can be built with Gradle. The library has macOS framework dependencies, and the build has a minimal configuration.

build.gradle
plugins {
	id 'java'
	id 'dev.nokee.jni-library'
	id 'dev.nokee.objective-c-language'
}

library {
	targetMachines = [machines.macOS]
	dependencies {
		nativeImplementation 'dev.nokee.framework:Cocoa:latest.release'         (1)

		nativeImplementation 'dev.nokee.framework:JavaVM:latest.release'
		nativeImplementation('dev.nokee.framework:JavaVM:latest.release') {
			capabilities {
				requireCapability 'JavaVM:JavaNativeFoundation:latest.release'  (2)
			}
		}
	}
}

library.variants.configureEach {
	sharedLibrary {
		linkTask.configure {
			linkerArgs.add('-lobjc')
		}
	}
}
build.gradle.kts
plugins {
	id("java")
	id("dev.nokee.jni-library")
	id("dev.nokee.objective-c-language")
}

library {
	targetMachines.set(listOf(machines.macOS))
	dependencies {
		nativeImplementation("dev.nokee.framework:Cocoa:latest.release")        (1)

		nativeImplementation("dev.nokee.framework:JavaVM:latest.release")
		nativeImplementation("dev.nokee.framework:JavaVM:latest.release") {
			capabilities {
				requireCapability("JavaVM:JavaNativeFoundation:latest.release") (2)
			}
		}
	}
}

library.variants.configureEach {
	sharedLibrary {
		linkTask.configure {
			linkerArgs.add("-lobjc")
		}
	}
}
1 Adding dependencies to macOS framework bundle is done by using the dev.nokee.framework group, the framework name (without the .framework) and the version is currently infer from the framework
2 Adding dependencies to subframework is selected by using Gradle’s capabilities

To build the library:

$ ./gradlew assemble

BUILD SUCCESSFUL
4 actionable tasks: 4 executed

The JNI library produced inside ./build/libs directory:

$ ls ./build/libs/*.jar
./build/libs/jni-library-with-framework-dependencies.jar

Since there is only one variant, the native component is included inside the main JAR:

$ jar tf ./build/libs/jni-library-with-framework-dependencies.jar
META-INF/
META-INF/MANIFEST.MF
com/
com/example/
com/example/cocoa/
com/example/cocoa/NativeLoader.class
com/example/cocoa/NSSavePanel.class
libjni-library-with-framework-dependencies.dylib

For more information, see JNI Library Plugin and Objective-C Language Plugin reference chapters.