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GPars has been designed as a concurrency library for the Groovy = programming language. This naturally implies GPars is very friendly to Grai= ls and Griffon frameworks and offers applications, which build on top of th= ese frameworks, the ability to:
To enable GPars in your Grails application, alter the BuildConfig.gr= oovy file as follows:
In Griffon, use the following:
Once the dependency has been specified, you can start using GPars in you= r project. You may now want to check out the Groovy Fast Track to do your first GPars experiments. Al= ternatively go directly to the User Guide and have fun!