Griffon - plugin detail

Griffon plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.1.

NetBeans Plugin - Griffon
Plugin owner: geertjan
Website:
Added: 2011-04-24
License: CDDL
Category: Desktop Applications
Downloaded: 7,224 times
Rating:
 4.06, by 3 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.08 MB   Last Update: 2012-02-06

What's new in this version

Beta 4 release ("_GriffonPluginBeta4.zip"): Upgrade of plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.1.

Beta 3 release ("_GriffonPluginBeta3.zip"): Upgrade of plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.0. Includes a new module (i.e., there are now 3 modules in the ZIP file) for creating a new Matisse GUI form in the Griffon Views folder.

Beta 2 release ("_GriffonPluginBeta2.zip"): Fixes dependency problems in Beta1.zip.

Beta 1 release ("_GriffonPluginBeta1.zip"): Upgrade of plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.0.

Alpha 8.4 release ("_GriffonPlugin-Alpha8.4.zip"): Fixes several dependency issues found in Alpha7.

Alpha 7 release ("_GriffonPlugin-Alpha7.zip"): Recompiled for NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta.

Alpha 6 release ("_GriffonPlugin-Alpha6.zip"): Recompiled for NetBeans IDE 6.8.

Alpha 5 release ("_GriffonPlugin-Alpha5.zip"): Recompiled for NetBeans IDE 6.8 Beta.

Alpha 4 release ("_GriffonPlugin-Alpha4.zip"): Java App Store support via "Packaging" project command and recompiled for NetBeans IDE 6.7.1.

Alpha 3 release ("_GriffonPlugin-Alpha3.zip"): Copy/Move/Rename project commands are implemented & "staging/target" folder is now shown in the Projects window.

Alpha 2 release: Now it is possible to create either Grails or Griffon applications or both. I.e., the Griffon plugin does not destroy the Grails plugin. As requested, in the comments below, the "src" folder is now visible in the Projects window, as "Source Packages" node. Plus, the plugin has been refactored from 3 modules to 2 modules, both being new, i.e., neither replacing an existing Grails module.



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Introduction

Griffon is a light-weight desktop application framework written in and for Groovy. Think "Grails for the desktop". The Griffon plugin for NetBeans IDE provides project templates and code generators to help you get started, so that you can avoid all the command line prompts provided by Griffon. Steps to install:

  1. Install Griffon and make sure that it works from the command line!
  2. Install NetBeans IDE 7.1, "All" distribution, or "Groovy and Grails" plugin must be installed i.e., your installation of the IDE must include Groovy support.
  3. Click the 'Download' button above. That downloads the ZIP. Then unzip it. You should now have three NBM files.
  4. Go to Tools | Plugins and click 'Downloaded' and then install the two NBM files.
  5. Go to File | New Project and then 'Groovy'. You should see Griffon supported:


    hi-griffon-demo-0.png

  6. After Griffon application is created, right-click on the project node and then you can do other things, like "Run" and "Run Applet". You can also install plugins.
  7. How to import existing Griffon applications? Don't import them... simply open them. Go to File | Open Project and then browse to your Griffon application. The plugin enables NetBeans IDE to recognize folders containing a folder named "griffon-app" as a Griffon application. So, you can simply OPEN them. I.e., do NOT try to import your Griffon applications. Simply OPEN them. Then you can use the NetBeans Groovy editor, etc, as well as all the project commands within the IDE.
  8. Missing a feature in the Griffon plugin? Feel free to download the sources and add whatever you're missing yourself, since the Griffon plugin is now open sourced.
  9. Issues? Leave a comment here in the Plugin Portal page.

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User Comments

  

Netbeans 7.1.2 - Windows 7. Error installing plugin

Ok, so I have Groovy activated. and when I try to install Griffon i get the following error:

The plugin Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201112071828.

Where do i get that plugin? Why doesn't it work with the Groovy plugin I already have?
Posted by EricaConrad on Oct 23, 2013
  

Getting Error when installing this plugin

Some plugins require plugin Groovy Support to be installed.
The plugin Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201112071828. The following plugins are affected:       groovy.griffon       groovy.griffonproject
Netbeans build : NetBeans IDE 7.1.1 (Build 201203012225)
Griffon : griffon-1.3.0

How to correct this error?
Posted by vhmangaiha on Jul 12, 2013
  

NetBeans 7.3

Any news for NB 7.3 support?
Posted by unai on Mar 23, 2013
  

Project Creation

Using Griffon 1.10 with this plugin hangs on project creation for projects after the first because Griffon is waiting on a response about whether or not to overwrite the 'swing-1.1.0' plugin.
Posted by Stuporman on Nov 02, 2012
  

The 7.1 plugin works perfectly in 7.2.

The 7.1 plugin works perfectly in 7.2.
Posted by geertjan on Aug 21, 2012
  

7.2

Is is possible to have the plugin for 7.2?

Thanks,
Angelo
Posted by aquaglia on Aug 14, 2012
  

Netbeans 7.2 -- It works!

Thanks Nickman I've been waiting for this! Now I can do Griffon from the latest Netbeans version! I appreciate your hard work. Thanks again!
Posted by twpster on Aug 04, 2012
  

Beta4 Netbeans 7.2

Hi,

I just rebuilt source using 7.2, download from
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B0Bfa4xDlq7nV3BtN096cUJzTTg

Justcontract.me
Posted by Nickman on Jul 31, 2012
  

Dependency problem with Beta 4 on NetBeans 7.1.2

I should have mentioned I've also upgraded to griffon 1.0.0
Posted by upton9265 on Jun 07, 2012
  

Dependency problem with Beta 4 on NetBeans 7.1.2

Having the same issue, and the below solution from garralab did not work either.
Posted by upton9265 on Jun 07, 2012
  

Dependency problem with Beta 4 on NetBeans 7.1.1

I rebuilt it from source using 7.1.1
here is a working package
https://sourceforge.net/projects/garralabsamples/files/netbeans7.1.1-griffon-plugin.zip/download
Posted by garralab on Apr 26, 2012
  

same error

same errors as below;
The following plugins are affected:
groovy.griffon
groovy.griffonproject
Posted by asangansi on Apr 26, 2012
  

Dependency problem with Beta 4 on NetBeans 7.1.1


When trying to install Beta 4 on NetBeans 7.1.1:



The plugin Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201112071828.



The following plugins are affected:

groovy.griffon

groovy.griffonproject



I have Groovy and Grails plugin version 1.20.1 installed with NetBeans Distribution.

Posted by mindjoy on Mar 21, 2012
  

http://java.net/projects/nbgriffonsupport

Note: The sources of this plugin or on java.net, here:

http://java.net/projects/nbgriffonsupport

The sources on Kenai should not be used. That project should be removed soon and should be considered dead code.
Posted by geertjan on Feb 06, 2012
  

Updated for NetBeans IDE 7.1

When you now click the Download button, you should get a ZIP file ending in "GriffonPluginBeta4.zip". That's the ZIP containing 3 NBMs, for using Griffon in NetBeans IDE 7.1.
Posted by geertjan on Feb 06, 2012
  

Again dependency problem with Groovy Support on org-netbeans-modules-groovy-griffonproject.nbm

Hi Geertjan,

i am using your plugin on Netbeans 7.0.1 and it is quiet a joy !
Today i'v downloaded Netbeans 7.0.1 for a different OS and the dependency problem from the comments below came up.
I did a peek into your sources at http://java.net/projects/nbgriffonsupport .
The info.xml file in the Info directory contains the requirement "org.netbeans.modules.groovy.support = 201107282000".
The current Netbeans download has Groovy and Grails Build 201111061500.
I tried to change this by hand with an editor, but Netbeans blames that modified info.xml file (maybe nbm is a signed archive).

Could you please include that new build version to the requirements of your plugin ?

Best regards,
Jens
Posted by bummi2k on Jan 08, 2012
  

NetBeans IDE 7.0.1 Now Supported: "GriffonPluginBeta3.zip"

When you now click the Download button, you should get a ZIP file ending in "GriffonPluginBeta3.zip". It contains 3 NBM files, install them via Tools|Plugins|Downloads in NetBeans IDE. Now your support for Griffon in NetBeans IDE 7.0.1 should be the same as before, except you also have a new Matisse GUI template on the View folder in your Griffon project.
If you encounter any kind of problem with this plugin, please don't get upset, don't get confused, don't throw your hands in the air. It's not the end of the world. It's just a bug. Leave a comment here and it will be fixed. Or just download the sources and fix/change anything you like:
http://java.net/projects/nbgriffonsupport
Posted by geertjan on Aug 21, 2011
  

RTFM: The plugin is currently for 7.0 only

I don't really understand the problem. You can see, if you read the top left part of this page, that this plugin is for NetBeans IDE 7.0. I haven't updated it to 7.0.1 yet, hope to do so this week.
Posted by geertjan on Aug 21, 2011
  

Dependency problems

Same here. It seems to be a dependency problem after the groovy plugin upgrade (not directly because of Netbeans 7.0.1). Do those two Griffon plugins really need a strict checking of the Groovy one?
Thanks in advance for any tip
Posted by Thierry_Andriamirado on Aug 21, 2011
  

Dependency problems with Netbeans 7.0.1

I'm using NetBeans IDE 7.0.1 (Build 201107282000)
Java: 1.6.0_26; Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 20.1-b02
System: Windows XP version 5.1 running on x86; Cp1252; en_US (nb)
I've downloaded the Beta 2 release of the griffon plugin. I add the two plugin files: "org-netbeans-modules-groovy-griffon.nbm" "org-netbeans-modules-groovy-griffonproject.nbm" then push the install 2 plugins button and I get:
Some plugins require plugin Groovy Support to be installed.
The plugin Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201104080000. The following plugins are affected:       groovy.griffon       groovy.griffonproject
I already have the Groovy features installed -- What now?
Thanks for your help.
Posted by twpster on Aug 19, 2011
  

Plugin Install Issues Win7

I'm trying to install the plugin on Netbeans 7.0.1 build 201107282000 the following error is what I get when trying to install:

Some plugins require plugin Groovy Support to be installed.

The plugin Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201104080000.

The following plugins are affected:       
groovy.griffon
groovy.griffonproject

I see that this error has come up before on older versions of Netbeans. Should this work on 7.0.1? I've installed the plugin at work and had no problems but it was probably an earlier build of Netbeans.
Posted by jonsinfinity on Aug 07, 2011
  

OS X too

the Beta2 version also works on OS X

Thank you, geertjan
Posted by carljmosca on Apr 25, 2011
  

re: Problem solved (WinXP, Ubuntu)

Great to hear. Feel free to leave feature requests here and any other comments about your likes/dislikes of this plugin.
Posted by geertjan on Apr 25, 2011
  

Problem solved (WinXP, Ubuntu)

Now it works well using both OS. Thx geertjan.
Posted by dk37365 on Apr 24, 2011
  

GriffonPluginBeta2.zip should fix the dependency problem.

GriffonPluginBeta2.zip should fix the dependency problem, I uploaded it, so when you click the Download button you should end up with a file ending in "GriffonPluginBeta2.zip". Please try it and let me know, via this plugin page. I.e., you should be able to install both NBMs without a problem.
Posted by geertjan on Apr 24, 2011
  

should not be "simply ignored"; dialog is better :)

I think this problem is not OS specific.

I have the full version of NetBeans 7.0 and I am running on OS X Java 1.6.24 but it seems it affects Windows and Linux as well. I attempted to install the plugins from this file: 1303641126_GriffonPluginBeta1.zip
Posted by carljmosca on Apr 24, 2011
  

Problem installing plugin Ubuntu 10.10

geertjan, I have put some effort to install the environment on ubuntu desktop and same happens also in Ubuntu 10.10

"org-netbeans-modules-groovy-griffon.nbm" installed ok.
"org-netbeans-modules-groovy-griffonproject.nbm" failed with the error message from the last post.

Development environment is almost the same:
fresh installation of NB IDE 7.0 (All), java version "1.6.0_20" and griffon-0.9.2 (works from the command line). I have followed above instructions (1-4).

Posted by dk37365 on Apr 24, 2011
  

Problem installing plugin on NB IDE 7.0, WinXP

geertjan, thanks for the fast reply.

I have tried again, this time on completely new virtual machine (Win XP SP3), using fresh installation of NB IDE 7.0 (All), java version "1.6.0_25" and griffon-0.9.2 (works from the command line). I have followed above instructions (1-4).

"org-netbeans-modules-groovy-griffon.nbm" installed ok.
"org-netbeans-modules-groovy-griffonproject.nbm" failed.

And still I have the same two issues:

1) Some plugins require plugin Java Common Project API to be installed.
The plugin Java Common Project API is requested in implementation version 201104101501.
The following plugin is affected: groovy.griffonproject

2) Some plugins require plugin Editor Options to be installed.
The plugin Editor Options is requested in implementation version 201104101501.
The following plugin is affected: groovy.griffonproject
Posted by dk37365 on Apr 24, 2011
  

GriffonPluginBeta1.zip Works fine on Win XP

That's very strange. I am also using WinXP and NetBeans IDE 7.0 and the two NBMs install without any problem at all. Are you sure you have clicked the Download button above and that you have downloaded and unzipped a file ending with "GriffonPluginBeta1.zip"? That's the ZIP you should unzip and install the content. In 7.0.

Please do so again and make sure you have followed the instructions on this page.
Posted by geertjan on Apr 24, 2011
  

Problem installing plugin on NB IDE 7.0, WinXP

I have managed to install "org-netbeans-modules-groovy-griffon.nbm", but failed with the second one.

Two problems:

1) Some plugins require plugin Java Common Project API to be installed.
The plugin Java Common Project API is requested in implementation version 201104101501.
The following plugin is affected: groovy.griffonproject

2) Some plugins require plugin Editor Options to be installed.
The plugin Editor Options is requested in implementation version 201104101501.
The following plugin is affected: groovy.griffonproject

When I was using NB IDE 7.0 RC2 both files failed to install. Now we have a progress and I am very happy about it. Hope to have above problems solved soon :)

Thx, geertjan!

Drazen
Posted by dk37365 on Apr 24, 2011
  

re: "problem installing plugin"

FYI: All comments consisting of problems that do not state (1) version of NetBeans IDE and (2) operating system will simply be ignored.
Posted by geertjan on Apr 24, 2011
  

problem installing plugin

"Some plugins require plugin Java Common Project API to be installed."
Posted by carljmosca on Apr 24, 2011
  

Griffon Plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.0

I have released a Beta 1 plugin for Griffon, please download it and try it out in NetBeans IDE 7.0. Same features as before, but working in 7.0 now.
Posted by geertjan on Apr 24, 2011
  

OK

Plugins installed without problems. Thank you.
Posted by pzalews on May 14, 2010
  

Alpha8.4 solves the dependency problems.

Hi all,

Thanks for your patience. Click the Download button again and you will get a ZIP file that has "Alpha8.4.zip" as the suffix. Unzip it and you will have two NBM files. Install them in 6.9 Beta (or a build after that, but I have only tested it on Ubuntu, Windows, and Mac in 6.9 Beta) and you will at least not have the dependency problems reported here.

Please leave a comment here to report on success/failure of installation and further work with this plugin.

Gj
Posted by geertjan on May 11, 2010
  

Still not installing

Hi Geertjan--



First, thanks much for your response to my previous posting; I saw this forum light-up with activity once you mentioned you had a new version so I'm happy to see that there is real interest! I did have Groovy support installed and was ale to work with my Grails projects OK. That, of course, was 6.8 and now with your most recent release I've installed 6.9 Beta 'All' version. I downloaded NetBeans 6.9 Beta installer from the netbeans.org site (following the path from the front page), I've also downloaded Alpha 7 of your plugin from here, but still no go on installation... though different issue.



Trying to install the plugin now gives me the error:



The plugin Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201004210046. The following plugins are affected:       groovy.griffon       groovy.griffonproject


I have validated that I can create a new Grails project from within the IDE and that Groovy support is active. I tried to install your plugin before creating a Grails project and after, both attempts gave me the same error.



I'm running on Ubuntu 10.04. If there's anything I can take a look at or help troubleshoot, please let me know and I'd be happy to provide the information.



Regards,
Steve

Posted by sbuttgereit on May 08, 2010
  

followup : NB 6.9 beta: stuck at Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201004210046.

Hi Geertjan,
I am running on windows vista business. This is the product info in About of NB 6.9 beta:

Product Version: NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta (Build 201004200117)
Java: 1.6.0_16; Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 14.2-b01
System: Windows Vista version 6.0 running on x86; Cp1252; en_IN (nb)
Userdir: C:\Users\vivek\.netbeans\6.9beta
Posted by vivek_deveshwar on May 07, 2010
  

On NB 6.9Beta

I've downloaded both version (Mac and Win) from:
http://download.netbeans.org/netbeans/6.9/beta/
I think it is NB 6.9Beta, but you have other version.
My NB6.9Beta has Groovy Support:
Version: 1.14 Source: NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta (Build 201004200117)
(The same on Windows and Mac)

After tested NB6.9Beta, i downloaded night build.
Sorry for my poor english.
Posted by pzalews on May 07, 2010
  

6.9 Beta Only

The plugin is for a specific version: NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta. Please use that specific version, not some random build.
Posted by geertjan on May 06, 2010
  

Not only mac

Hello!
I've tested on MacOS befor, and on windows now. The same problem with Groovy Support.
Your plugin require - version 201004210046.
On Mac, and windows NB 6.9Beta have version: NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta (Build 201004200117).
I tested today night build - but your plugin require stricte this version - newer isnt allowed.
Its possible to change this?
Posted by pzalews on May 06, 2010
  

Problem on the Mac only?

Hi vivek_deveshwar, are you using a Mac? Or if not what is your operating system?
Posted by geertjan on May 06, 2010
  

NB 6.9 beta: stuck at Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201004210046.

Even after creating a grails application, the error below does not go away. It is stuck at the dialog and next button is not enabled.
----------------------------------------------
Some plugins require plugin Groovy Support to be installed.
The plugin Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 201004210046.

The following plugins are affected:       
groovy.griffon    
groovy.griffonproject
Posted by vivek_deveshwar on May 06, 2010
  

NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta is now supported

NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta is now supported. When you click the Download button above, you will get a ZIP file containing two NBMs, which work only in NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta.

For previous versions, see the bin folder in the java.net repository:
http://java.net/projects/nbgriffonsupport
Posted by geertjan on May 06, 2010
  

NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta

Hi sbuttgereit, Are you sure you have installed a distro of NetBeans IDE that includes Groovy support? Doesn't seem like it. You need the Groovy editor, otherwise you cannot use the Griffon plugin. Right now I am working on Griffon support for NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta, so, yes, this plugin is actively being developed right now. Later today the NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta release of the Griffon plugin will be announced, so maybe you should use NetBeans IDE 6.9 Beta instead of NetBeans IDE 6.8 -- since I, for one, will not be using 6.8 to fix bugs anymore, only 6.9 Beta or later.
Posted by geertjan on May 06, 2010
  

Editor Options

Hi--

I'm attempting to try out this plugin with the Ubuntu (10.04) package for NetBeans 6.8 (NetBeans IDE 6.8 (Build 100326-unknown-revn)) and I'm getting the 'Editor Options' version error.

The plugin Editor Options is requested in implementation version 200912041610. The following plugin is affected:       groovy.griffonproject

It looks like this is a somewhat common error, though its unclear if there's something specific users such as myself have to do or if this is, as one poster suggested, a version reference problem that only the maintainer can address.

Also, I see that there's not been much activity in recent months from either the maintainer or the community here or on Kenai. Is this project dead or just a somewhat lower on the priority list for everyone? Being new (today) to Griffon and this plug-in, I can say they look like great ideas, but if interest is low probably better I ask than find out the hard way! :-)

Thanks,
Steve
Posted by sbuttgereit on May 06, 2010
  

Griffon+NetBeans 6.8

works now. Thanks!!
Posted by peathal on Dec 21, 2009
  

NetBeans 6.8

For the latest release I get:

Some plugins require plugin Groovy Support to be installed.
The plugin Groovy Support is requested in implementation version 200908022240. The following plugins are affected:       groovy.griffon       groovy.griffonproject
Some plugins require plugin Editor Options to be installed.
The plugin Editor Options is requested in implementation version 200908022240. The following plugin is affected:       groovy.griffonproject

I guess, only some version numbers has to be updated. Geertjan, would you mind to do this for all of us?
Posted by peathal on Dec 11, 2009
  

The plugin for Griffon now works in NetBeans IDE 6.8 Beta.

The plugin for Griffon now works in NetBeans IDE 6.8 Beta.
Posted by geertjan on Nov 06, 2009
  

Correction

Sorry, meant "Added GriffonPlugin-Alpha4.zip", not "Added GriffonPlugin-Alpha3.zip".
Posted by geertjan on Aug 05, 2009
  

GriffonPlugin-Alpha4.zip

Added GriffonPlugin-Alpha3.zip, which now supports 6.7.1 (instead of 6.7!) and Java App Store via "Packaging" command.
Posted by geertjan on Aug 05, 2009
  

GriffonPlugin-Alpha3.zip

Uploaded a new ZIP, "GriffonPlugin-Alpha3.zip", accessible if you click "Download" here, which will give you a new Griffon plugin, providing copy/rename/move support, as well as "target" (or "staging") folder shown in the Projects window for easy access.
Posted by geertjan on Jul 29, 2009
  

Make sure to install "Java" distro of NetBeans, not "Java SE"

Plus, make sure you've installed the "Java" distribution of NetBeans IDE 6.7, and NOT the "Java SE" distribution. The former includes the Groovy editor, the latter does NOT. (The reason being that the latter must be kept as small as possible, hence Groovy is excluded.)
Posted by geertjan on Jul 29, 2009
  

Create Grails app first, to install the Groovy modules, then install Griffon NBMs.

Maybe first create a Grails application, which will install those related modules. Then install the two Griffon NBMs after that. That should do the trick. If this works for you (let me know) I will add this step to the instructions above.
Posted by geertjan on Jul 29, 2009
  

Install Errors

Netbeans is complaining about the Groovy Support and Editor Options plugins missiong, an that it is requesting version 200906241340. I got a fresh version of netbeans into a clean environment, and I still get the error before and after I install grails.

Am I missing a step?
Posted by shemnon on Jul 28, 2009
  

Upgrade from Pre-Alpha to Alpha

All the comments above have been incorporated into the Alpha version of the plugin, which is now available when you click the "Download" button. You will get a ZIP file ending in "_GriffonPlugin_Alpha2.zip". That contains the two NBMs described above. Comments welcome.
Posted by geertjan on Jul 28, 2009
  

griffon-app folder = Griffon application in NetBeans IDE

By the way, if you are trying to 'import' a Griffon application, you're probably doing something wrong. Simply open it. NetBeans IDE understands that a folder structure that contains 'griffon-app' folder is a Griffon application.
Posted by geertjan on Jun 28, 2009
  

yes

yes, that's how I created the plugin -- I didn't put src folder in Projects window. I will change that in the next release. And all Griffon applications are recognized as Griffon applications... if you follow the instructions listed above. I.e., use NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta. And the Griffon application DOES NOT HAVE a Project Properties dialog, so trying to open it is meaningless. I will remove that menu item in the next release.
Posted by geertjan on Jun 28, 2009
  

Source Folder

I'm testing out the plugin on Windows XP using NetBeans 6.7 RC3.

After creating a new project, the src/main folder isn't visible anywhere in the Projects tab. I copied some groovy and Java files into this folder outside of NetBeans and they were visible in the Files tab but still weren't visible under Projects.

When I selected the new project and went "File > Project Properties", no window appeared but a blinking red circle alerted me to an exception. It says "Unexpected Exception", "A java. lang.IlegalArgumentException has occurred." When I click details I get:

java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Must provide at least one category
at org.netbeans.modules.project.uiapi.CategoryModel.(CategoryModel.java:67)
at org.netbeans.spi.project.ui.support.ProjectCustomizer.createCustomizerPane(ProjectCustomizer.java:249)
at org.netbeans.spi.project.ui.support.ProjectCustomizer.createCustomizerDialog(ProjectCustomizer.java:156)
at org.netbeans.spi.project.ui.support.ProjectCustomizer.createCustomizerDialog(ProjectCustomizer.java:236)
at org.netbeans.modules.groovy.griffonproject.ui.customizer.GrailsProjectCustomizerProvider.showCustomizer(GrailsProjectCustomizerProvider.java:76)
at org.netbeans.modules.groovy.griffonproject.ui.customizer.GrailsProjectCustomizerProvider.showCustomizer(GrailsProjectCustomizerProvider.java:68)
at org.netbeans.modules.project.ui.actions.CustomizeProject.actionPerformed(CustomizeProject.java:149)
...


I had also tried to import an existing Griffon application into NetBeans which worked alright but it isn't being recognized as a Griffon app. Is there any way to tell NetBeans that an existing project is for Griffon or do I have to create the app in NetBeans for it to be recognized?
Posted by apowell on Jun 28, 2009
  

Grails support will be visible but will not work anymore, in pre-Alpha anyway. Next release of plugin will fix that.

Grails support will be visible but will not work anymore, in pre-Alpha anyway. Next release of plugin will fix that.
Posted by geertjan on Jun 27, 2009
  

Grails Brakes

After installing this plugin I cannot get a Grails shell on a grails project. It only wants to try and open the Griffon shell which doesn't work on a Grails project.
Posted by ddevore on Jun 25, 2009
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