Eclipse updating links source folders
Eclipse project reference/dependency is added to inline-plugins (it's easier to develop a larger Grails project in Eclipse now).
The script creates a Eclipse Preference File with proper values so that it can be imported in to Eclipse Workspace.
It's always nice to test a new feature once you've finished the installation; we'll try checking out a copy of Subclipse from their Subversion repository to make sure it's been properly installed.
From Eclipse's File menu, choose Import to display the import manager (see Figure 7).
View image at full size On the Select/Create Location panel (see Figure 8), we need to create a new location (since we don't have any configured yet), so click Next to continue.Links the sources and javadocs to the dependent libraries.example use (Eclipse / Groovy-Eclipse plugin, no STS): grails compilegrails download-sources-and-javadocs (run twice in a row)grails download-sources-and-javadocsgrails create-eclipse-filessh scripts/create_cpvardirs_(unix) or scripts/create_cpvardirs_(windows)then import eclipse_workspace_Eclipse Preference to your Eclipse Workspaceexample use (STS Grails dependency manager compatible):grails integrate-with --eclipsegrails compilegrails download-sources-and-javadocs (run twice in a row)grails download-sources-and-javadocsgrails sts-link-sources-and-javadocs For more information:grails help download-sources-and-javadocsgrails help create-eclipse-filesgrails help sts-link-sources-and-javadocs wget https://github.com/lhotari/grails-eclipse-scripts/raw/master/scripts/Download Sources And Javadocs.groovy wget https://github.com/lhotari/grails-eclipse-scripts/raw/master/scripts/Sts Link Sources And Javadocs.groovy Creates .classpath and .project files for Eclipse integration.Links the sources and javadocs to the dependent libraries (navigating/debugging source code is now possible, javadoc tooltips show up for most libraries).If you need to set one up, you can find excellent documentation at the Subversion Web site.For demonstration purposes, I'll show you how to check out the Subclipse project and work with projects in a repository on my LAN.
In this case, the new feature we're after is Subclipse.