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JetGroovy 1.5 for IntelliJ IDEA is Out

04.15.2008
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We are pleased to announce the general availability of JetGroovy 1.5. This popular Groovy development plug-in for IntelliJ IDEA has been extended with a number of highly anticipated features:

  • Multiple new Groovy-aware refactorings
  • Extended Groovy coding assistance with support for dynamic properties and methods
  • Groovy-ready debugger that handles mixed Java and Groovy code
  • Smart GroovyDoc browser
  • Support for automatic testing with JUnit/TestNG
  • Improved Grails coding assistance with support for JavaScript and custom tags
  • Complete support for Grails plugins

To learn more about Groovy/Grails support in IntelliJ IDEA, please visit the dedicated Features page.

JetGroovy plug-in supports all of IntelliJ IDEA 7.0 releases, including 7.0.2 and 7.0.3. You can download it and find more information about it at http://plugins.intellij.net/plugin/?id=1524 or via the IntelliJ IDEA Plug-in Manager.

You might also be pleased to learn that starting from version 8.0 of IntelliJ IDEA Groovy/Grails support is going to be part of the standard distribution package, instead of being provided through a plug-in.

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Dave Klein replied on Tue, 2008/04/15 - 9:46am

Thank you for the wonderful news!  Especially that bit about 8.0, that is exciting.

 

Brad Neighbors replied on Tue, 2008/04/15 - 2:56pm

Very cool.   Can't wait to try out the improved refactoring support and all the Grails integration features.

Keep up the great work, this plugin is so far and away better than any other IDE support. 

Jim Shingler replied on Tue, 2008/04/15 - 9:28pm

GREAT NEWS!

 I have been waiting for this.

 Keep up the good work.

 

olivier fresse replied on Wed, 2008/04/16 - 2:40am

Probably one of the best IDE so far.

But the lack of package support for domain classes is a no go for me :-(

Egor Malyshev replied on Wed, 2008/04/16 - 3:42am

Olikaf,

JetGroovy supports packages for domain classes. All you need is to make sure that the grails-app/domain folder is configured as a source root in the module settings.

Hope this helps :)

olivier fresse replied on Wed, 2008/04/16 - 4:30am in response to: Egor Malyshev

Damm,how did I miss that ? :-)

After creating packages under the domain I can now create domain classs with a package.

You have won a new user

Regards,

O.

 

PS : ok, the domain graph dependencies does not work yet (it seems ! I'm careful now !) with packages but this is really a minor issue for me;-)

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