I allow myself to post this on my posterous blog, as a follow-up to my message concerning the availability of the script.
2010/4/7 E*** B******* L*** <******>
> I just tried to use your script on my Ubuntu machine but it can not find the following class:
> unable to resolve class groovyx.net.http.URIBuilder
> Can you maybe tell me how I can install this class to be available in Java? I found it with Google but don’t know how to make it available for your script / the JVM.
Will have to dive deep in groovy internals for that, I hope you’ll understand the whole.
The posterous groovy script, for getting all the entries, make use of the groovy version of HTTP Builder : http://groovy.codehaus.org/modules/http-builder/
@Grab(group=’org.codehaus.groovy.modules.http-builder’, module=’http-builder’, version=’0.5.0-RC2′)
So I had a couple people mention that they had trouble using Grape to download RC3 due to a bad checksum on the POM file. I tried re-deploying it, (thinking it was a bad upload) and now I’m getting a _bunch_ of people saying they can’t download it!
As a work-around, please add the following line to ~/.groovy/grapeConfig.xml: <property name= »ivy.checksums » value= » »/>. This should allow Grape to ignore the checksum and download the file, until I’ve got the checksum problem resolved. Stay tuned!
> Greetings from Germany,