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Milestones

Considering our limited human resources and time constraints, it is hard to give definitive and accurate estimates of the milestones we are releasing. Nevertheless, here are the next milestones we plan to deliver in the coming weeks.

Beta milestones

  • beta-9 (mid-january): Last "Groovy Classic" release which supports the JDK 5.0 platform as a running target.
  • beta-10 (mid-february): It will be the last beta release with the old parser, which will include mostly bug fixes.

JSR milestones

The naming scheme is changing to reflect the work done in the JSR process, and we will adopt the "jsr" tag.

  • jsr-1 (mid-march): The first jsr-tagged milestone will contain both old and new parsers. By default, the standard parser will be activated, but anybody will be able to try the new JSR parser by activating a specific flag. It will be an interim release which allows our users to see what impact
  • jsr-2 (mid-april): The second jsr-tagged milestone will get rid of the standard parser and use only the new parser
  • jsr-3 (mid-may):

Final release

  • groovy-final-1.0 (to be defined)

JIRA Roadmap

To have an overview of all the improvements, wishes, or bugs in our project tracker, please refer to JIRA:
JIRA issue tracker

Transition period

We will post notes in that section to ease the transition phase between both pre- and post-jsr parsers.

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