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h4. Grails Wrapper
-The Grails Wrapper allows a Grails application to built without having to install Grails and configure a GRAILS_HOME environment variable. The wrapper includes a small shell script and a couple of small bootstrap jar files that typically would be checked in to source code control along with the rest of the project. The first time the wrapper is executed it will download and configure a Grails installation. This wrapper makes it more simple to setup a development environment, configure CI and manage upgrades to future versions of Grails. When the application is upgraded to the next version of Grails, the wrapper is updated and checked in to the source code control system and the next time developers update their workspace and run the wrapper, they will automatically be using the correct version of Grails.
+The Grails Wrapper allows a Grails application to build without having to install Grails and configure a GRAILS_HOME environment variable. The wrapper includes a small shell script and a couple of small bootstrap jar files that typically would be checked in to source code control along with the rest of the project. The first time the wrapper is executed it will download and configure a Grails installation. This wrapper makes it more simple to setup a development environment, configure CI and manage upgrades to future versions of Grails. When the application is upgraded to the next version of Grails, the wrapper is updated and checked in to the source code control system and the next time developers update their workspace and run the wrapper, they will automatically be using the correct version of Grails.
See the [Wrapper Documentation|guide:wrapper] for more details.
h4. Debug Option
-The @grails@ command now supports a @-debug@ options which will startup the remote debug agent. This behavior used to be provided by the @grails-debug@ command. @grails-debug@ is still available but is deprecated and may be removed from a future release.
+The @grails@ command now supports a @-debug@ option which will startup the remote debug agent. This behavior used to be provided by the @grails-debug@ command. @grails-debug@ is still available but is deprecated and may be removed from a future release.
{code}
grails -debug run-app
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h4. Cache Plugin
-Grails 2.1 installs the grails-cache plugin by default. The cache plugin provides powerful and easy to use cache functionality to applications and plugins. The main plugin provides basic map backed caching support. For more robust caching options one of the implementation plugins should be installed and configured. See the [cache-redis docs|http://grails-plugins.github.com/grails-cache-redis/] and the [cache-ehcache docs|http://grails-plugins.github.com/grails-cache-ehcache/] for details.
+Grails 2.1 installs the [cache plugin|http://grails.org/plugin/cache] by default. This plugin provides powerful and easy to use cache functionality to applications and plugins. The main plugin provides basic map backed caching support. For more robust caching options one of the implementation plugins should be installed and configured. See the [cache-redis docs|http://grails-plugins.github.com/grails-cache-redis/] and the [cache-ehcache docs|http://grails-plugins.github.com/grails-cache-ehcache/] for details.
See [the main plugin documentation|http://grails-plugins.github.com/grails-cache/] for details on how to configure and use the plugin.

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