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Groovy: A powerful, dynamic language for the JVM
Last Release on Oct 28, 2007

2. Groovy40 usages

groovy » groovy

Groovy: A powerful, dynamic language for the JVM
Last Release on Oct 28, 2007
Groovy All 1 0 JSR
Last Release on Jul 18, 2006

4. Gram3 usages

groovy » gram

Gram is a metadata processing engine for Groovy
Last Release on Nov 24, 2005
a powerful and dynamic scripting language for the JVM
Last Release on Jul 18, 2006
An XML-RPC package for Groovy
Last Release on Jul 18, 2006
Groovy: A powerful, dynamic language for the JVM
Last Release on Nov 1, 2007
Groovysoap All Jsr06
Last Release on Jul 18, 2006

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