Groovy 2.3.0 is out!
The Groovy development team is proud to announce the final release of Groovy 2.3.0!
Groovy 2.3 is the new major release of Groovy, featuring official support for running Groovy on JDK 8, traits, new and improved AST transformations like
@Sortable, a new NIO2 module with Path support, lightening fast JSON parsing and building, closure parameter type inference, a new markup template engine, Groovysh and GroovyConsole ease of use improvements, a new
GroovyAssert test utility, more
@BaseScript class capabilities, and more.
Please read the Groovy 2.3.0 release notes for further details on all these exciting new features!
You can download Groovy at the usual location.
JIRA will give you the detailed change log for this release.
Groovy wouldn’t be what it is without your support, your bug reports and feature requests, your contributions and pull requests, so big thanks to all those who contributed to this release in a way or another, including the usual suspects of the core team (Jochen, Paul, Cédric and myself), but also André, Andres, Tim, Pascal, Johanes, Paolo, Thibault, Rick and Andrey, Jim (base script class), Damien, Kenneth and several others I’ve forgotten to mention!