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Run groovy scripts from sublime-text
{
"cmd": ["groovy", "$file"],
"selector": "source.groovy",
"file_regex": "[ ]*at .+[(](.+):([0-9]+)[)]",
"windows": {
"shell": "cmd.exe"
}
}
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kdabir commented May 7, 2012

If groovy is not found on PATH, check out here to set groovy on path for non terminal apps, or give complete path to groovy executable

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leonidasos commented Sep 21, 2012

Add selector for 'Automatic' build system:

"selector": "source.groovy",

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kdabir commented Aug 26, 2013

Thanks for the "selector" tip @leonidasos

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whgreate commented Sep 10, 2013

it works!

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jhntrifork commented Oct 10, 2013

If you add the line below, you will be able to use F4 to skip to next build error:
"file_regex": "[ ]*at .+((.+):([0-9]+))",

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seanf commented Feb 7, 2014

@jhntrifork, thanks for that. Sublime 3 gave an error about an escape character, so I went with this:

"file_regex": "[ ]*at .+[(](.+):([0-9]+)[)]",
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