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plans for gradle / groovy 1.8

phil swenson
What are the plans for gradle upgrading to groovy 1.8?

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Re: plans for gradle / groovy 1.8

Philippe Lhoste
On 31/05/2011 14:20, phil swenson wrote:
> What are the plans for gradle upgrading to groovy 1.8?

Genuine question (ie. I don't know well the Groovy world, just starting to explore it):
what difference will it make for Gradle users? Speed? Some nifty new syntax or constructs?
Just being up to date? (not a bad thing)

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Re: plans for gradle / groovy 1.8

Ronen Narkis
Talking for myself here (iv been writing groovy for couple of years now),

There are a lot of features that id like to use when developing plug-ins, couple of features I set my eyes on:

* Native json support
* New AST transformation
* Better DSL support

BTW I did find that you can use groovy 1.8 for your build scripts but its not officially supported
Ronen

On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 2:07 PM, Philippe Lhoste <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 31/05/2011 14:20, phil swenson wrote:
What are the plans for gradle upgrading to groovy 1.8?

Genuine question (ie. I don't know well the Groovy world, just starting to explore it): what difference will it make for Gradle users? Speed? Some nifty new syntax or constructs? Just being up to date? (not a bad thing)

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Re: plans for gradle / groovy 1.8

Rene Groeschke
In reply to this post by Philippe Lhoste
Hi phillipe,
You should have a look at the groovy 1.8 release notes at
http://docs.codehaus.org/display/GROOVY/Groovy+1.8+release+notes#Groovy1.8releasenotes-Groovy1.8releasenotes

IMHO the most difference for gradle might be the performance improvements.

regars,
René


> On 31/05/2011 14:20, phil swenson wrote:
>> What are the plans for gradle upgrading to groovy 1.8?
>
> Genuine question (ie. I don't know well the Groovy world, just starting to
> explore it):
> what difference will it make for Gradle users? Speed? Some nifty new
> syntax or constructs?
> Just being up to date? (not a bad thing)
>
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> Philippe Lhoste
> --  (near) Paris -- France
> --  http://Phi.Lho.free.fr
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