Grails update.

I'm back from my Easter-vacation and just stunned about the feedback I've got for this blog.

Thanks so much to all of you!

I haven't figured out whether and how i could answer to individual comments, but i guess this isn't possible.

So here some answers and hints:

1. UNC path, @ChinaBoy:

This issue was once tracked by us here:

Dialog-box after creating a new Grails-project

After some testing I considered it fixed. Obviously it isn't. I'll look into it asap.

2. Netbeans 6.1 Beta or Development build, @Stefan:

Please take a look here:

http://deadlock.netbeans.org/hudson/job/javadoc-nbms/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/nbbuild/nbms/extra/

There you can find the always up-to-date NBM's from our continous-integration system.

Take the 6 modules prefixed "org-netbeans-modules-groovy\*":

org-netbeans-modules-groovy-editor.nbm

org-netbeans-modules-groovy-grails.nbm

org-netbeans-modules-groovy-grailsproject.nbm

org-netbeans-modules-groovy-gsp.nbm

org-netbeans-modules-groovy-kit.nbm

org-netbeans-modules-groovy-support.nbm


3. Stop App on Windows, @JS:

"stop application doesn't work"

That's right, this is an issue (only) under Windows since there is not the concept of process-groups under Windows.
Details can be found here:

Stop Application does not work anymore

I'm already working on a fix for this, so expect some relieve within the next one or two weeks.

"although the contextual menu is great, wouldn't it be great to have a small toolbar with 5 buttons (new [domain, controller, view, taglib, service]) and their keyboard shortcut?"

This is a great idea. I've created an issue to track this:

Adding Toolbar-buttons for common grails actions 

Thanks for your input!

"integration with servers inside the IDE: right-click on a grails project -> deploy to -> GFv3/JBoss/Tomcat"

This is definitely on our wish-list, but don't expect something in this area in the short-term.

4. CodeCompletion documentation, @baijianhua:

Hi - I feel really sorry to forget to mention that you have to have:

    1. JavaDoc enabled for the JDK: Tools/Java Platforms/J2SE "Javadoc"

    2. The "original" directory-layout from the groovy-docs-\* download-file unpacked right below the $GROOVY_HOME setting provided under Tools/Options/Groovy. For example if your groovy system is here:

      /opt/groovy 

      you need to have:

      /opt/groovy/html/[api|gapi|groovy-jdk]

      This is hardcoded at the moment which is bad for several reasons, I know. This might be better placed in the customizer dialog, right after the $GROOVY_HOME setting itself. What about that?

Kommentare:

Sorry to be a nuisance. but the above nbm's produce the following error:
Cannot read NBM /Users/Stephen/.netbeans/6.1rc1/update/download/org-netbeans-modules-groovy-kit.nbm
I note that that they end in .nbm.jar - is this expected? I have also tried with the 6 files from 'deadlock...' with the same result.
Any suggestions? Thanks, Stephen.

Gesendet von Stephen Lewis am April 17, 2008 at 09:35 AM MESZ #

Thanks for the blog entry in how to load the current Groovy support into the NB 6.1 betas. I'm using the latest RC2 beta and I'm getting this error while trying to load the files referenced above.

Common Scripting Language API [module org.netbeans.modules.gsf.api/1 > 1.1.1] Common Scripting Language Support [module org.netbeans.modules.gsf/2 = 2]

Thanks for any help you can give.

Gesendet von Sam Griffith Jr. am April 20, 2008 at 12:14 AM MESZ #

Notices the links listed under "Netbeans 6.1 Beta or Development build, @Stefan" above are no longer available.
What is the progress of getting Grails plugin working in Netbeans? I have in the passed downloaded a nightly build of Netbeans and updated to the grails plugins but ended up corrupting some files, so feeling bit. Would like to know when we can see the plugin in Netbeans GA?
Mark

Gesendet von guest am Juli 07, 2008 at 02:29 PM MESZ #

Hi Sam,

the Groovy and Grails support will be part of the NetBeans 6.5 release in october.

Get the milestone 1 here:

http://bits.netbeans.org/download/trunk/nightly/latest/

Thanks a lot for your interest.

cheers, Matthias

Gesendet von Matthias Schmidt am Juli 08, 2008 at 03:04 AM MESZ #

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