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From Ralph Johnson <>
Subject Re: where have all the packages gone?
Date Sat, 27 Jul 2019 12:14:46 GMT
I included groovy-test-2.5.7.jar and that cleared up a lot of problems.   I
am still missing the jar for

On Fri, Jul 26, 2019 at 7:22 AM Paul King <> wrote:

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> There aren't any jars corresponding to groovy-ui, groovy-util or
> groovy-mock. The groovy.mock package is in groovy-test. It depends on the
> other classes as to which jar they might be in. Can you elaborate a bit
> more?
> Cheers, Paul.
> On Fri, Jul 26, 2019 at 9:30 PM Ralph Johnson <>
> wrote:
>> I'm migrating a big project from 2.4.8 to 2.5.7.    I am doing it all
>> under Eclipse, and in fact it was my desire to use the newest version of
>> Eclipse that made me decide to do the migration.   The latest version
>> didn't seem to support older versions of Groovy well, so I just decided to
>> try to migrate to a newer version of Groovy.
>> A lot of packages that seemed to be standard in older versions of Groovy
>> on Eclipse no longer seem to be standard.   I looked through the lib
>> directory of a regular installation of Groovy and discovered a number of
>> these packages.   I included groovy-cli-commons, groovy-ant, groovy-json,
>> groovy-test-junit, grooy-swing and groovy-testing and that got rid of a lot
>> of the errors.   However, I am still looking for some jar files.   Where
>> would I find far files for groovy-ui, groovy-util, groovy-mock (I want to
>> import groovy.mock.interceptor.MockFor)?   I assume these are really named
>> something like groovy-ui-2.5.7.jar to match the others, but maybe that is
>> my problem, perhaps they have different names.
>> -Ralph Johnson

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