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Re: Question about AST Transforms and @DelegatesTo groovy - virtualdogbert - 2 hours 1 minute ago

Hi Krzysztof,That might work, I just have to figure how how to apply that to parameters in the interface to an AST transform. for example in my case:@Retention(RetentionPolicy.SOURCE)@Target([Elem...

Re: Can I force get(String) not to act like propertyMissing? groovy - Jochen Theodorou - 4 hours 56 minutes ago

On 25.09.2016 11:59, Krzysztof Kowalczyk wrote: > Thanks Jochen, great idea with charsequence I always forget about its > existence. That works. > > By dynamic here I was thinking abou...

Re: Can I force get(String) not to act like propertyMissing? groovy - Krzysztof Kowalczyk - 5 hours 38 minutes ago

Thanks Jochen, great idea with charsequence I always forget about its existence. That works. By dynamic here I was thinking about methods that call property missing or generic get/set, so methods...

Re: Can I force get(String) not to act like propertyMissing? groovy - Jochen Theodorou - 8 hours 37 minutes ago

On 25.09.2016 01:26, Krzysztof Kowalczyk wrote: [...] > I have some possible workarounds in mind: > - change design - so there is no need to call upper scope > - resolve delegate only and...

Can I force get(String) not to act like propertyMissing? groovy - Krzysztof Kowalczyk - 16 hours 11 minutes ago

Hi, I'm experimenting with @DelegatesTo and other dsl concepts, recently I got a "problem" with code as in https://gist.github.com/KrzysztofKowalczyk/bda3bd19cc61b15619e637ccfbb3c26bI ha...

Re: Question about AST Transforms and @DelegatesTo groovy - Krzysztof Kowalczyk - 16 hours 59 minutes ago

Hi Tucker, If you only want some IDE support, would GDSL be enough for you? Example: http://www.tothenew.com/blog/gdsl-awesomeness-defining-properties-in-a-closure-passed-to-method-of-particular-n...
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