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You can use the Gaelyk JAR in combination with Groovy 2.1 and beyond and with the latest Google App Engine SDK.

The latest version was tested with Groovy 2.1.9, and with the 1.9.1 version of the App Engine SDK.

But to get you started quickly, you may use a ready-made template project which bundles and configures everything.

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As a result of using Groovy 2.0 you will also need to update buildscript{ dependencies {...} } configuration closure in your build.gradle file with following snippet:

    dependencies {
        classpath 'org.gradle.api.plugins:gradle-gaelyk-plugin:0.4.1'
        classpath 'org.gradle.api.plugins:gradle-gae-plugin:0.8', {
            exclude module: "gradle-fatjar-plugin"
        }
        classpath 'eu.appsatori:gradle-fatjar-plugin:0.2-rc1'
        classpath 'org.gradle.api.plugins:gradle-gae-geb-plugin:0.3'
    }
	

If you don't do this, the extension modules won't work and you get strange errors in production such as there's no method hours for the class Integer or you won't be able to access request attributes using simplified request.attr notation.

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Version 1.1

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Version 1.0

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Version 0.7

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Version 0.6.1

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