> If it's just groovy in general you want to play with without any of
> the rapid turnaround in uli's example, then I can send you what you
> need to make groovy play nice with WO, eclipse can do the rest. As
> for anything else, I would need to spend some time going through it
> first, which isn't likely to happen for a little while.
> What were you hoping to play with?
One of the things I like about rails is script/console, where you can
open a command line console to your app (basically irb with the rails
app loaded). I wanted to take a look, if there is an easy way to
embed groovysh into a WO app and use that to get command line access
to it. In a second step maybe telnet access to the shell or an Ajax
GUI like http://tryruby.hobix.com
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