@linuxbrew: Thnx for the info. What I meant was that alas neither
our servers nor clients are connected to the internet, so all these
nice services (including Maven repositories *sigh*) do not work...
On 28/06/2019 17:20, Tamás Cservenák
Same here re scripting...
But just FYI, groovy is available from linuxbrew as well
(macOS know what Homebrew is, this is linux flavor that is now
merged into official Homebrew).
Along with adoptopenjdk and groovy (and rest of tools brew
offers), for me, it is the simplest way to keep up to date
with these tools.
Thanks and happy brewing!
I'm always pushing to use
Groovy instead of Unix scripting or Python,
Perl, ... fors scripting on our servers, so even if we
cannot use such
services in our environment, that is a good development :-)