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Re: [QF-Test] Ant build, grab and groovy

  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Ant build, grab and groovy
  • From: "Robert Lahmer, QFS support" <support@?.de>
  • Date: Mon, 08 Jun 2015 13:31:02 +0200

Hello Dmytro,

QF-Test 4 comes with the "embeddable" groovy-all-2.1.0.jar which
containes most of but not all classes from a Groovy installation.

To make AntBuilder work, e.g.

  def ant = new AntBuilder()
  ant.exec(dir: ".", executable: "cmd.exe", spawn: "false") {
      arg(line: "/c dir")

ant-1.8.4.jar and ant-launcher-1.8.4.jar are required additionally.

Grape is based on Ivy so that you'll need a copy of ivy-2.2.0.jar.

You can put those additional .jar files (newer versions may also work)
into the


folder (or plugin\sut, depending on your needs), see

so that they become available in QF-Test.

Best regards,

Am 04.06.2015 16:33, schrieb Dmytro Polushyn:
What should I do to enable  Grab and Antbuilder () for groovy scripts.

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