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We have several major advances included in the 2.5.0 release of Groovy-Eclipse. In addition to including both Groovy 1.8.0 and Groovy 1.7.10, we have introduced support for DSL descriptors that allow first class support for custom DSLs in Groovy-Eclipse.

You can use the following update site sto install this release.

Groovy-Eclipse update site for Eclipse 3.6 and 3.7

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And a zipped version of the update site is available at:

Zipped Groovy-Eclipse update site for Eclipse 3.6 and 3.7

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You can install from the zip by pointing your Eclipse update manager to the downloaded zip file and following the installation instructions.

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Compatibility

Groovy-Eclipse 2.5.0 includes Groovy 1.7.10 by default. Groovy 1.8.0 can be optionally installed. Groovy-Eclipse is installable on STS 2.6.0, Eclipse 3.6.0, 3.6.1, or 3.6.2. There are builds available targeting Eclipse 3.7 as well. See above for the update sites.

Bug fixes

Over 40 issues have been fixed for this release.

What's next?

The 2.5.1 final release is scheduled for the end of June, around the time that Eclipse 3.7 will be released. We will be working on enhancing our DSLD support and including some standard DSLD files inside of Groovy-Eclipse with the next release.

In this release, we are particularly grateful for Maxim Hamm's work on outline view extensibility (GROOVY-1029).

We appreciate all community support and feedback. If you wish to join the discussion about Groovy-Eclipse then please sign up for the mailing list. For any issues you have (or enhancements you would like to see), please raise them in our issue tracker. If there is an existing bug fix or enhancement that you require are not seeing any movement on, please make some noise on it (and get your friends to do the same). We respond to community feedback, and we can make the most improvements to Groovy-Eclipse when we hear directly from the community. So, please speak up!

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