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Tag Archives: Groovy
Compiling Groovy code is typically slower than compiling Java code, but in 14.1 we took a swing at speeding it up. First, we’re now supporting Groovy-Eclipse compiler that handles Java and Groovy simultaneously, which brings a noticeable performance gain. So, … Continue reading
Here’s a few stories we’ve been reading on the Java beat this month, straight from the source. If you have any news or articles you would like to see here on the Java Annotated Monthly, you can reach me, Breandan … Continue reading
Today we have released IntelliJ IDEA 132.197, one more preview build of the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 13. The build brings a new bunch of enhancements including better Groovy support. Find the full list of changes in Release Notes. Feel free … Continue reading
This is a cross-post from JetBrains Company Blog. Meet JetBrains team members Andrey Cheptsov and Yann Cebron September 9-12 at SpringOne 2GX 2013 in Santa Clara, California. Over four action-packed days there will be more than 100 Java sessions including … Continue reading
Here I would like to tell you about some of the Groovy language support improvements available in IntelliJ IDEA 11.1. Unused Symbol Highlighting If a class, method or property is unused even if it is in fact public, you may … Continue reading
Probably the last EAP build (before RC) of IntelliJ IDEA 11.1 is available for download. New settings are added to Groovy Colors & Fonts settings to highlight local variables, parameters, reassigned local variables, reassigned parameters and method declarations in the … Continue reading
If you use completion autopopup in IntelliJ IDEA 11, you may have seen “n variants…” suggestions: This means there are two StringUtil classes available, neither of them is imported, and IDE can’t choose which of them to put to the first … Continue reading
We’ve added a couple of new productivity features in IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 to make working with Groovy tests two bits more pleasant: 1. Now you can create tests for Groovy classes the same way you do in Java. You just … Continue reading
Sometimes it is helpful to use a Map for fast prototyping of classes with some properties but without any logic. But in the end it would be nice to have a real class. In IntelliJ IDEA you can get it … Continue reading