Today, the Groovy-Eclipse team has released milestone 2 of Groovy-Eclipse, tool support for the Groovy programming language built in Eclipse. In this milestone release, we have focused on responsiveness and features in the user interface. This milestone is significantly more stable than milestone 1 as we have fixed over 100 issues in the bug tracker.
The inferencing engine now forms the core of many of Groovy-Eclipse's most prominent features. The inferencing engine is uses static analysis to infer the type of a single or a group of expressions of Groovy code. it is being used as the basis for content assist, navigation, search, and
Cross-language refactoring support is now available in Groovy-Eclipse. Now, when renaming Java methods, fields, and classes, your Groovy code will be updated as well. And the reverse is true. You can find more information here.
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