By Geertjan-Oracle on Sep 24, 2008
Meantime, here are the screenshots. You start with the project template:
...which creates your application and opens it inside the IDE. This time, the logical view is much better than before, with more nodes displayed:
There are many menu items on the project node, such as 'Run' and 'Compile' and so on, which all work. Similarly, on the folder-level, you can choose menu items which pop up GUIs for creating the Griffon artifacts, like controller, views, etc, via the actual Griffon scripts in the official Griffon distro that do the work under the hood. I'm hoping to be able to make some kind of distribution available in the Plugin Portal soon.