Thursday Aug 30, 2012

New items in the groovy context menu

Todays news will be pretty short. I've added few important items (Run File, Debug File, Test File and Debug Test File) to the .groovy context menu. Although it was possible to run or debug single file even in current version, it wasn't easy to find out how to do that. Now it is possible in the same way as for java files.

Have a nice day..

Tuesday Aug 28, 2012

Groovy JUnit test support

Good news everyone!

I've implemented support for the Groovy JUnit tests which basically means you can finally use Groovy in the area where is so highly productive! You can create a new Groovy JUnit test in the New File/Groovy/Groovy JUnit test and it should behave in the same way as for Java tests. Which means if there is no JUnit setup in your project yet, you can choose between JUnit 3 and JUnit 4 template and with respect to your choice the project settings will be changed (in case of the Maven based projects the correct dependencies and plugins are added to the pom.xml and in case of the Ant based project the JUnit dependency is configured)...... 

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Sunday Aug 05, 2012

Groovy 2.0.1

Great news everyone!

Few weeks ago the long awaited Groovy 2.0 has been released. Unfortunatelly during that time we were already just a few days before the NetBeans 7.2 release and thus it wasn't possible to integrate new groovy version into the NetBeans 7.2 final. But of course we are aware that the new version is bringing a lot of great news and features (comprehensive article about all the news can be found on infoQ). Because of that we've integrated latest released version (which is Groovy 2.0.1) into the NetBeans sources.

Don't hesitate to try it! Only thing you need to do is download the latest daily build.

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