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Re: Optimising a Groovy script groovy - ericksn - 20 minutes ago

Try this... @Grapes(         @Grab(group='org.apache.commons', module='commons-math3', version='3.6.1') ) import org.apache.commons.math3.random.MersenneTwister import groovy.t...

Optimising a Groovy script groovy - Paul Moore - 1 hour 2 minutes ago

I'm very much a newbie with Groovy, so I apologise in advance if this is not the right place for questions like this. I couldn't find anywhere else that looked like a better option - if there is s...

Re: Maven coordinates going forward groovy - Cédric Champeau - 3 hours 45 minutes ago

One thing one has to consider when changing Maven coordinates, is... Maven. Despite being a build tool, it does a fairly poor job when coordinates change. In particular, think of conflict resoluti...

Re: Maven coordinates going forward groovy - keeganwitt - 4 hours 24 minutes ago

I'm +1 on Maven coordinate change.  That should be fairly low impact.I agree package renames should be taken on a case-by-case basis.  Offhand, the two biggest things that come to mind are cus...

Re: Maven coordinates going forward groovy - Jochen Theodorou - 7 hours 51 minutes ago

On 27.03.2017 22:14, Wilson MacGyver wrote: > as I recall, there are also rules about jigsaw not allowing same package > path from multiple modules. It's not till java 9, but that maybe a co...

Re: Maven coordinates going forward groovy - Péter Gergely Horváth - 9 hours 58 minutes ago

Hi All,I think it would make sense to change Maven coordinates to org.groovy-lang to reflect the main Groovy website address (http://groovy-lang.org/), just like Scala does with "org.scala-la...

Re: Maven coordinates going forward groovy - Guillaume Laforge - 16 hours 39 minutes ago

It is also indeed a problem, which will lead us to move some classes around, from a package to another.On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 10:14 PM, Wilson MacGyver <[hidden email]> wrote:as I recall, t...
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