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The time has come to release the Groovy Eclipse plugin to the world. First off congratulations to the Groovy Eclipse development team, in particular those who worked on the Refactoring feature. There are a number of new features that come with it and they are as follows:These are the features that have been resolved for this release:

GRECLIPSE-164 Synchronize access to Groovy Projects inside the GroovyProject class
GRECLIPSE-162 Multiple UnsupportedClassVersionError in Eclipse Plugin
GRECLIPSE-159 output directory not created
GRECLIPSE-155 Adding multiline block comments with Ctrl+Shift+/ removes start tags from regular comments
GRECLIPSE-153 NPE when creating new project.
GRECLIPSE-146 Support auto format
GRECLIPSE-141 Groovy rebuild of a project will not acknowledge cancellation or acquire workspace lock
GRECLIPSE-139 Adding Groovy to a Java project leads to strange errors
GRECLIPSE-129 Eclipse Groovy Plugin not working for Eclipse Ganymede (Launced on 25th June)
GRECLIPSE-122 Update to Groovy 1.5.6
GRECLIPSE-109 New Class Wizards fail if superclass is empty or does not exist
GRECLIPSE-108 New Class Wizards fail if superclass is empty or does not exist
GRECLIPSE-106 org.codehaus.groovy\bin should not be under svn control
GRECLIPSE-100 Provides the JavaDocs for the Groovy dependency offered by the Groovy Classpath Container
GRECLIPSE-93 Go to file from test case is off by one line
GRECLIPSE-91 Extension of the GroovyCompiler class to generate an AST without resolving the classes
GRECLIPSE-84 Unremovable Groovy JAR
GRECLIPSE-43 Provide refactoring capabilities (eclipse)
GRECLIPSE-41 Implement code folding for GroovyEclipse
GRECLIPSE-30 Category org.eclipse.debug.ui.category.debug used for command does not exist
GRECLIPSE-26 ClassCastException during code completion
GRECLIPSE-14 Breakpoints on some lines don't hit