E052 - Missing dependency: Required dependencies were not found

It looks as though Diffblue Cover Community Edition does not know how to read the val and dependencies sections of a Kotlin-based gradle file.
EXCERPT FROM support.log:

395 Please add the following dependencies to your project: 
396   testImplementation("org.junit.jupiter:junit-jupiter-engine:5.10.0")
397 15:41:51.706 [WARN]  [Reporting][ApplicationImpl pooled thread 83][com.diffblue.intellij.plugin.b.e] E052: Missing dependency
398 Unable to mock method inputs because a supported version of Mockito is not present on the classpath. 
399 Required dependencies were not found.
400 Please add the following dependencies to your project:
401   testImplementation("org.mockito:mockito-core:5.11.0")

EXCERPT from build.grade.kts:

val checkstyleVersion = "10.17.0" // 10.3.3 or later required for SARIF support
val javaVersion = "21" // DiffBlue doesn't support 22
val jetbrainsAnnotationsVersion = "24.1.0"
val junitVersion = "5.10.2"
val logbackVersion = "1.5.6"
val lombokVersion = "1.18.32"
val mockitoVersion = "5.11.0" // DiffBlue doesn't support 5.12.0
val pmdVersion = "7.2.0"
val spotbugsVersion = "4.8.6"

repositories {

dependencies {
    annotationProcessor("org.projectlombok:lombok:${lombokVersion}") // Lombok's annotation processing

    compileOnly("org.projectlombok:lombok:${lombokVersion}") // Lombok

    implementation("ch.qos.logback:logback-classic:${logbackVersion}") // LogBack -- logging: includes Slf4j API
    implementation("com.github.spotbugs:spotbugs:${spotbugsVersion}") // SpotBugs -- static code analysis
//    implementation("com.github.spotbugs:spotbugs-annotations:${spotbugsVersion}")
    implementation("org.jetbrains:annotations:${jetbrainsAnnotationsVersion}") // (nullness and visibility annotations)


    testImplementation("org.junit.jupiter:junit-jupiter-api:${junitVersion}") // JUnit 5
    testImplementation("org.junit.jupiter:junit-jupiter-engine:${junitVersion}") // JUnit 5
    testImplementation("org.mockito:mockito-core:${mockitoVersion}") // Mockito

Hi @jeslie

Thank you for trying Cover and reaching out
I have tried to recreate the behaviour by copying your build.gradle.kts, however Cover is able to pick up the dependencies without issue.

It may be that IntelliJ hasn’t loaded the project correctly, or if you have made recent updates they might not have been logged by IntelliJ. I would recommend that you reload the project; you can do this by right clicking on the project folder, and select “Reload from Disk”. Following this, try running Cover again.
If this doesn’t work; are you able to upload the full support log file, this will give us more information about how Cover is reading the build file. See guide on finding the log file here.

If you have any further questions don’t hesitate to reach out

Kind regards,
Jane @ Diffblue