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Groovy-Eclipse is the set of Eclipse plugins that provide Eclipse support for Groovy projects.

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Or, you can choose to install a development build, see below for more update sites.  In general, our development builds are quite stable.  A development build is not published unless all unit tests pass.

Warning

The install directory must be writable by the current user. Groovy-Eclipse cannot be installed into a shared install. This includes protected directories on windows like C:\Program Files. For more information Eclipse Bug 395516.

 

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titleGroovy-Eclipse 2.78.1 Released0 released!
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This service refresh of Groovy-Eclipse provides some bug fixes as well as notification of compiler level mismatches between the workspace and individual projects.  See all the details: The Groovy-Eclipse team is proud to announce the 2.8.0 release.  This release includes significant memory and performance improvements, as well as Editor templates and almost 100 bugs fixed. See read more at the Groovy-Eclipse 2.78.1 0 New and Noteworthy. (September 23July 9, 20122013)

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Eclipse Kepler support

Groovy-Eclipse build server has moved.  The new location is at https://build.springsource.org/browse/GRECLIPSE.  The old location at http://bamboo.ci.codehaus.org/browse/GRECLIPSE will be available for historical reasons. (August 3, 2012now has snapshot builds targeting Eclipse 4.3 (Kepler). For now, we are using an old JDT and installing Groovy-Eclipse into Eclipse Kepler will downgrade your JDT to the Juno version. This will change as we put out more complete snapshots. Use the snapshot update site to install: http://dist.springsource.org/snapshot/GRECLIPSE/e4.3/ (February 7, 2013)

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titleGroovy -Eclipse 2.7.0 Released!
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In this release, Groovy 2.0 support is officially released, Eclipse Juno support is officially released, and we introduce some new quickfixes and refactorings.  See all the details: Groovy-Eclipse 2.7.0 New and Noteworthy. (July 3, 2012)

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Groovy-Eclipse now supports Groovy 2.1. Install from the  development snapshot update site in the Extra compilers section of the update site. Support for @DelegatesTo is included. (February 7, 2013)

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Features and Status

Groovy-Eclipse allows you to edit, compile, run, and debug Groovy scripts and classes from the Eclipse SDK.

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Read about the goals, approach, and implementation of Groovy-Eclipse v2 here.

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For information about prior releases, see here:

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Groovy-Eclipse Plugin v2 supports Eclipse versions 4.3.x, 4.2.x, 3.7.x, 3.6.x, 3.5.x, and 3.4.2. Groovy-Eclipse for Eclipse 3.6 and earlier are no longer supported, but the builds are still available.

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By default, Groovy-Eclipse comes with a 12.8 0 and 1.7 8 Groovy compiler. A Groovy 2.0 1 compiler can optionally be installed from the Groovy update site. See Compiler Switching within Groovy-Eclipse for more information.

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Please note that these builds are temporary and are typically removed after the final release has been made public.

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Development Builds

Use one of these update sites to install the latest and greatest Groovy-Eclipse.  Development builds tend to be quite stable (they are not released unless all tests pass) and so if you are having any difficulty with your current install, then it is recommended to update to the latest dev build.  To install, paste the appropriate update site below into your Eclipse update manager, select the artifacts to install and follow the instructions.

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