Initial Griffon Support

Peter Gromov

The next Maia EAP brings you basic Griffon support, similar to Grails integration. You’ll be able to add Griffon library to Groovy facet:

IntelliJ IDEA will then create a Griffon application or plugin directory structure and take all the steps necessary to keep it up-to-date, as you install plugins and add libraries. As with Grails, a dedicated Griffon project view will appear together with a run/debug configuration:

Also, Run Griffon target with target autocompletion action can be found under Tools menu.

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4 Responses to Initial Griffon Support

  1. Gregg Bolinger says:

    July 29, 2009

    This is great news! Can’t wait to have my project set up in IDEA with a Grails module and a Griffon module.

  2. Kelly Robinson says:

    July 29, 2009

    Awesome! Look forward to trying it out.

  3. David Castañeda says:

    July 30, 2009

    Great news!.
    Is the code for this plug-in open?. I mean, to see it, or maybe modify it?

  4. Peter Gromov says:

    July 30, 2009


    Yes, Griffon integration source code can be found in Jetgroovy plugin source in SVN


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