So , the shell not enough? Fancy a bit of IDE action ?
Well you're in the right place.
Here you will find the latest information regarding the groovy Eclipse plugin, some instructions etc...
The current version is available on CVS from what I've seen. Just check out
as project and compile/export from Eclipse.
- Check out /groovy/ide/groovy-eclipse/Groovy and /groovy/ide/groovy-eclipse/GroovyEclipse from CVS into separate Eclipse projects.
- On GroovyEclipse project export deployable plug-ins and fragments
- Select org.codehaus.groovy, org.codehaus.groovy.eclipse, Deploy as Zip file, Select file name, Finish
- Open the zip file and copy the two folders into the eclipse plugins folder
- Create a file with the ending .groovy in eclipse and you will be asked if you want to add groovy support to the project. DONE. -phaze9
It's working for the M9+ builds although it appears that the incremental build support is still being ported.
I tested it with Eclipse 3.0 and 3.1 M1. On 3.0 I get exceptions when building, on 3.1 M1 building works fine (except that only libraries seem to be supported classpath entries, not other projects or java code in the same project's source folder). -phaze9