Yes its necessary since we have moved to using Ivy to resolve Grails
plugins you have to define grailsCentral() as a repository. This is
also important for folks who want to disable remote resolution (by
On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 6:16 AM, Peter Bell <lis...@pbell.com> wrote:
I just upgraded an existing Grails 1.2.2 project (created under 1.2.1
originally) to the 1.3 RC. When I tried to run the app, it was unable to
resolve the plugins (richui and searchable). I ended up adding
grailsCentral() to the list of repos in my project BuildConfig.groovy.
(a) Was that necessary or was I missing something ?
(b) It looks like I have a grailsPlugins() and grailsHome() in the list of
repos - do I still need those?
(c) If this *is* a necessary step, might be worth noting this in the release
notes (http://www.grails.org/1.3-M1+Release+Notes) (that it is a required
step if you have plugins - not that it's an available option which is how I
- perhaps mis - read it)