Release Notes: This release is based on Groovy 1.5, and the embedded Web server has been upgraded to Jetty 6.1. A new tag has been implemented: the page tag to define character encoding and content type. Logging has switched to Apache commons logging with log4j instead of JDK logging.
Release Notes: GvTags now has a command line script to start GvTags. It contains an ant task to include the TagTemplateEngine in ant scripts. An HTTP server based on jetty is embedded. You can download an all-in-one distribution, which contains everything to run GvTags. Migration to Groovy 1.0 JSR 06, performance improvements, and the case tag now uses the isCase() method.
Release Notes: GvTags has been updated to Groovy Release 1.0 JSR-05. The GString handling has been refined. It now contains unit tests for all test pages. Significant performance improvements were achieved, and performance was roughly doubled. The template engine can now be invoked from the command line. It supports interpreted and compiled mode.
Release Notes: This release brings GvTags up to date with Groovy JSR04.
Release Notes: GvTags now has a TemplateEngine with Tag support. It can be used to process text documents by the TagTemplateEngine, or it can replace a JSP with the TagTemplateServlet.
Release Notes: Based on the current Groovy Release 1.0 JSR-03. Now uses the groovy-all jar file, which avoids compatibility problems with using libraries.
Release Notes: This is the first release to support the new Groovy Syntax (JSR). It's implemented using Groovy 1.0 JSR-02.
Release Notes: ActionServlet was added to implement MVC with a controller servlet. New tags include log and debug. A new utility class, gvtags.util.TreeWalker, was added for tree traversal. Error reporting and exception handling were improved. Apache Jakarta Commons logging is used for debug output. The packages and class names have been restructured.
Release Notes: GvTags now has more the twenty tags. This makes it complete enough to write most Web applications. New tags include elsif, switch, case, default, import, and actionbean. GvTags comes with a set of extensive examples, which show how to build Web applications in Groovy. New examples include an address database and a memory monitor. Improvements were made in the groovy scriptlet engine.
Release Notes: GvTags now contains about sixteen tags. This makes it complete enough to write small Web applications. GvTags now comes with a set of examples which show how to build Web applications in Groovy. This version is based on Groovy-1.0-beta-10 (classic parser).