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To use Groovy from inside jEdit download this=20
. You'll need a fairly recent jEdit distribution.
Right now BSF is= n't yet released with inbuilt Groovy support so you have to add the followi= ng code to the startup script in
You can also add a startup.bsh script into your home directory at=20 =20 =20
Also you'll need to copy the groovy-all-1.0-jsr-XXXX.jar file into the j= edit/jars directory.=20
Open SuperScript dockable from Plugins Menu or Dockable area and choose = "groovy" from the languages dropdown.=20
To test if groovy works fine or not, just try running some expression in= the textbox or open some groovy script in jEdit and try "Executing Sc= ript".=20
Oliver Rutherfurd has developed a Groovy mode for jEdit...=20
The Groovy mode for jEdit is in the SVN since July, 9th 2004.
It i= s included in standard jEdit setup.
In order to know if you have this= mode, check that the file <jEdit_Home>/modes/groovy.xml exists.
1. Install Console plugin in jEdit.
2. Copy th= e attachment on this wiki: groovy.xml into your $HOME/.jedit/console/comman= do/groovy.xml
(NOTE: I hardcoded my groovy path. Change = it if it doesn't match yours.)
3. jEdit Menu: Plugins>Console>R= egen menu.
4. jEdit Menu: Plugins>Plugin Options..., On left pick<= br /> Console>Compile&Run, Then select groovy file type and set your=
compiler/interpreter to "groovy" selection.
Now you may open up any groovy script and Run Commando..., Default F5
will re-run the last command.