This Week in Grails (2012-15)

The process for publishing plugins changed this week. The old Subversion-based repo at http://svn.codehaus.org/grails-plugins/ is now read-only and plugins now must be published to the new Artifactory-based repository at http://repo.grails.org/grails/. This means that plugin developers and users will have to make some changes – see this User list thread – but plugin publishing will be a lot faster and far less likely to corrupt the master plugin list. See the updated “Creating Plugins” page for more information.

The first batch of GR8Conf EU speaker interviews has been published:


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Plugins

There were no new plugins released but 4 updated plugins:

  • extjs4 version 4.1.0-RC.0. Provides Ext JS 4 resources
  • fitnesse version 2.0. Makes it possible to use the popular Open Source testing framework Fitnesse in combination with Grails.
  • regen version 0.3.3. Provides a generation framework and a set of pluggable artefacts under grails-app/generators
  • shiro version 1.1.4. Secure your Grails application quickly and easily using the Apache Shiro security framework

Interesting Tweets

Jobs



User groups and Conferences


3 Responses to “This Week in Grails (2012-15)”

  1. Paul Weber says:

    Hey, I thought that GMock was unavailable in Grails 2 for now (at least it says so in the current Grails Manual).

    http://grails.org/doc/latest/guide/gettingStarted.html#upgradingFromPreviousVersionsOfGrails

    I also read that GMock has been updated to Grails 2.0, so I am unsure what is correct now.

    http://code.google.com/p/gmock/

  2. Donal says:

    Looking forward to reading the book. When do you expect the completed version to be published?

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