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Re: Grails async processing with Promise grails - agusluc - 13 hours 58 minutes ago

I had to do something similar, if you want to return the response to the user without waiting the async process to finish and being able of pick up the result of that process, you need to use the ...

Re: more informative comments in spock assertions groovy - JamieEchlin - 15 hours 45 minutes ago

Thanks all. Most informative, as ever.On Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 4:10 PM, Dinko Srkoč <[hidden email]> wrote:On 22 October 2014 16:22, Jamie Echlin <[hidden email]> wrote: > Cheers for...

Re: more informative comments in spock assertions groovy - Dinko Srkoč - 18 hours 10 minutes ago

On 22 October 2014 16:22, Jamie Echlin <[hidden email]> wrote: > Cheers for that. > >> You lose the Groovy's PowerAssert goodies, though. > Yeah, that would be a shame. Also j...

Re: more informative comments in spock assertions groovy - Guillaume Laforge-4 - 18 hours 17 minutes ago

If you use the variant with a message (as showed by Dinko) it will run like the "power assert" variant: ie. no need to run in debug at all.Only in Java itself is debug required.On Wed, O...

Re: more informative comments in spock assertions groovy - Jochen Theodorou - 18 hours 21 minutes ago

Am 22.10.2014 16:22, schrieb Jamie Echlin: > Cheers for that. > >  > You lose the Groovy's PowerAssert goodies, though. > ​ > Yeah, that would be a shame. Also java assertio...

Re: Bug Report ? Bad bytecode in MarkupTemplateEngine under 2.3.7 indy / JDK 7.0.50 groovy - Jochen Theodorou - 18 hours 23 minutes ago

I'm glad you could update Am 22.10.2014 00:02, schrieb Dean Jones: > Thanks Jochen, everything is up to u72 now and working fine. > > Cheers, > Dean S. Jones > > >> On Oct ...

Re: more informative comments in spock assertions groovy - JamieEchlin - 18 hours 57 minutes ago

Cheers for that. > You lose the Groovy's PowerAssert goodies, though.​Yeah, that would be a shame. Also java assertions only produce an exception if running in debug... right? I'm using...

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