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From Paul Moore <>
Subject Re: What is the best replacement for running scripts using groovy-all?
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2018 08:56:39 GMT
On Wed, 19 Dec 2018 at 00:03, Keith Suderman <> wrote:
> Option 4) Use the Maven Assembly plugin or the Shade plugin to build your own groovy-all
Jar file.  Or just use

Thanks. Are there any "beginner guide" style instructions on how to
use the Maven Assembly plugin or Shade plugin that you can point me
to? As I say, I don't use Maven, so the instructions for the plugins
use a lot of terms and ideas I'm not familiar with. I can (and
probably will!) use the gradle-groovy-all but I'd like to learn a bit
more about the Java ecosystem (I'm mostly a Python programmer, but I
use Groovy as an alternative for environments where JVM-based tools
are a better fit than Python-based ones). I find that starting Groovy
*without* a Java/JVM background, there's a lot of assumed knowledge
it's quite hard to pick up (unless you're willing to learn Java at the
same time ;-))


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