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via groovy.dzone.com
Published: Dec 22 2009 / 11:48

The Groovy development team and SpringSource are very pleased to announce the final release of Groovy 1.7, the most popular and successful dynamic language for the JVM! After two betas and two release candidates, we're are happy to deliver this new and very important milestone to our ever growing user base
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If you don't get it by now you probably never will.

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If you really do think that, then you are the greater fool by far, as you clearly have zero knowledge or understanding of where languages like groovy fit in. And what's worse your ignorance is wilful.

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So there's still no overhaul to do compile-time static types and type inference

In Adobe's ActionScript3 languages, it's possible to have both static type classes and dynamic objects that behave much as they do in JavaScript - all within the same application.

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