Riding high on the back of the Groovy 1.7 release, the Groovy-Eclipse is pleased to announce its own 2.0.0RC1 release. Over 50 issues have been addressed for this release and we consider this release high quality enough to be considered for release in early January, unless blocking bugs are found.
In this release, we have focused on polishing and refining existing features, but there are some new features introduced as well.
Issues fixed since Groovy-Eclipse 1.5.7
Groovy-Eclipse 1.5.7 was the last public release and it is with great pleasure that I can see we have fixed over 380 bugs since then (and our bug database has 620 bugs logged in it total, so that's well over half).com.atlassian.confluence.macro.MacroExecutionException: The URL filter is not available to you, perhaps it has been deleted or had its permissions changed
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