Was able to do the same thing for http://gpars.org. It was all markdown text so i groovy'd it into asciidoctor. That gave us potential to publish an html site
And also generated PDFs too.
Do we have any requirement to recast our groovy docs into another format?

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On 31 May 2017, at 12:29, Merlin Beedell <MBeedell@cryoserver.com> wrote:

Before Groovy became an Apache project, I think the web and documentation was created and maintained on an Atlassian Confluence service?

What platform hosts this now?  I can’t see any references to it on http://www.groovy-lang.org/documentation.html

And if you were able to compare the two, which was easier to use, for publishing your documentation both on the web and as a pdf / html page set included in each release?


I ask because both services are really very good, and just the sort of thing that we could use!


Merlin Beedell


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