Script for selecting and calling the correct Grails version when you have more than one version installed
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  • All your Grails versions must be installed under the same base directory. Ex:

  • GRAILS_HOME environment variable must be set and point to your "default" Grails installation

  • This script was tested on Mac OS X (Snow Leopard), Linux (Ubuntu) and Windows (with cygwin)



Using the script is as transparent as possible:

  • If you invoke it from a project folder, it will detect the version used by the project and call the correct grails (if it is installed in your system)

  • If you invoke it from any other folder that does not contain a Grails project, it will call the "default" Grails installation

  • If you want to call a specific Grails version (i.e. when doing an upgrade) you can specify the version you want in the first parameter. Ex:

      $ grails 1.3.3 upgrade