Last updated by burtbeckwith 4 years ago

Grails 1.3.2 Release Notes

17th of June 2010

Grails is a dynamic web application framework built on Java and Groovy, leveraging best of breed APIs from the Java EE sphere including Spring, Hibernate and SiteMesh. Grails brings to Java and Groovy developers the joys of convention-based rapid development while allowing them to leverage their existing knowledge and capitalize on the proven and performant APIs Java developers have been using for years.

Further information about the release can be obtained using the links below:

This release includes previous fixes in 1.3.x release train:

Groovy 1.7.3 Support

Grails 1.3.2 comes with the recently released 1.7.3 version of the Groovy language. See the Groovy 1.7.3 Release Notes for info.

Spring 3.0.3 Support

Grails 1.3.2 comes with the recently released 3.0.3 version of The Spring Framework. See the Spring 3.0.3 Release Notes for info.

Typo detection for scripts

If you mis-type a script name, Grails will find the closest matches to what you typed and prompt you to choose from a list of existing scripts:

~/workspace/testapp $ grails create-doman-class testapp.Author
Welcome to Grails 1.3.2 -
Licensed under Apache Standard License 2.0
Script 'CreateDomanClass' not found, did you mean:
   1) CreateDomainClass
   2) CreateApp_
   3) CreateScript
   4) CreateFilters
   5) CreateUnitTest
Please make a selection or enter Q to quit:

The .find Method Now Supports The Query Cache

def musicians = Musician.find('from Musician where name = :name', [name: 'Brian'], [cache: true])

Improved Support for HTTP proxies

Grails' command line has been improved to support multiple different proxy configurations:

grails add-proxy client --host=proxy-server --port=4300 --username=guest --password=guest
grails set-proxy client
grails clear-proxy
grails add-proxy local --host=localhost --port=4300
grails set-proxy local