The Groovy-Eclipse team is proud to announce the release of Groovy-Eclipse 2.6.0. As usual, we have some exciting new features in this release, including quick fixes/quick assists, improved content assist, and improved search and refactoring. Groovy-Eclipse 2.6.0 includes 1.8.4 support as an optional add-on. Once Grails 2.0 is released officially, we will make Groovy 1.8.x the default compiler in Groovy-Eclipse.
You can use the following update site to install this release:
If you want the Groovy 1.8 compiler, you must explicitly include it by checking the "Extra compilers" category.
And a zipped version of the update site is available at:
Groovy-Eclipse 2.6.0 includes Groovy 1.8.6 by default. Groovy 1.7.10 can be enabled optionally. This version of Groovy-Eclipse is recommended to be installed on STS 2.9.0, Eclipse 3.7.2. There is also a 4.2-based Groovy-Eclipse now available. See above for the update site.
We have fixed over 100 bugs for this release. See the details on our issue tracker.
We are tentatively planning a 2.7.0 release in June. You can take a look at all issues we are planning to fix for this release.
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