This FAQ hopes to answer common questions for users of Groovy
What is Groovy?
- Groovy is trying to provide a high level language (like Ruby, Python or Dylan) that maps cleanly to Java bytecode.
- It needs to work with Java objects, and the root of all the object trees is java.lang.Object.
- The syntax will be Java friendly, but doesn't have to be backwards compatible.
- Groovy will sit on top of J2SE.
Where can I get more information on Groovy?
The current user documentation for Groovy is available from http://groovy.codehaus.org
What if the documentation is wrong?
Anybody can change these pages, all you need to do is click on the little grey edit in the bottom right of each page.
How can I get a binary version of Groovy?
How do I embed Groovy in my own programs?
Download latest groovy-all.jar and place it in your classpath.