I usually just take what the newest Groovy release gives us - but now I am curious: Where are the new features for 3.0 listed ? Groovy has no roadmap, future outlook etc on the official webpage as far as I know ?
I am of course still very much interested in any feature that solves the Minecraft-modding-obfuscation-problem. Waiting for @CompileStatic to become more Java compatible, I have in the meantime autogenerated some Groovy-to-Java-obfuscation-bridge-classes; this works reasonably well for our own Entity and Block derived classes but of course cannot handle the general case, so there we still get the MissingMethod/-Property exceptions. Because of that we had to step back for some classes to use Java instead of Groovy again :-(
Looking forward to 2.6.0 and 3.0.0, which contains the Parrot parser
providing many new features :)
p.s. use -Dgroovy.antlr4=true to enable the Parrot parser
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