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From Philippe Mouawad <>
Subject Re: About including Groovy
Date Mon, 22 Feb 2016 19:05:53 GMT
+1 for integration as of me.
- Make user experience as simple as possible (no need to bundle additional
libraries and manage configuration
-jsr223+groovy is the most performing option compared to beanshell
- as of the scripting I had to do, I always had at some step to script and
used this combination
- beanshell does not support java6/7/8 sugar syntax
- groovy is an easy scripting language with the full power of java + a lot
of additional features for xml, json manipulation, jmx ...
- Groovy is now Apache :)


On Monday, February 22, 2016, Pascal Schumacher <>

> Hi all,
> when this was last discussed, it was decided to wait till there is
> official Apache release (outside of Apache Incubator) of Groovy. Groovy
> 2.4.6 is the first release as a top level project and it was just released:
> Cheers,
> Pascal

Philippe Mouawad.

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