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Revert "Updated readme." This can be revived when version 1.1 of the

plugin is available.

This reverts commit 8d162da.
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@@ -15,8 +15,6 @@ This plugin for Gradle allows you to build Grails projects. To use it, simply in
}
}
- grailsVersion = "1.3.4"
-
apply plugin: "grails"
repositories {
@@ -25,16 +23,11 @@ This plugin for Gradle allows you to build Grails projects. To use it, simply in
}
dependencies {
- logging "org.slf4j:slf4j-log4j12:1.5.5"
- compile "org.grails:grails-crud:${grailsVersion}",
- "org.grails:grails-gorm:${grailsVersion}"
+ compile "org.grails:grails-crud:1.3.4",
+ "org.grails:grails-gorm:1.3.4"
}
-You **must** declare the `grailsVersion` property *before* applying the Grails plugin.
-
-You **must** declare an `slf4j` dependency as part of the `logging` configuration.
-
-You **must** include a version of the 'grails-bootstrap' artifact in the 'classpath' configuration. You should also add whichever Grails artifacts you need. 'grails-crud' and 'grails-gorm' will give you everything you need for a standard Grails web application.
+You must include a version of the 'grails-bootstrap' artifact in the 'classpath' configuration. You should also add whichever Grails artifacts you need. 'grails-crud' and 'grails-gorm' will give you everything you need for a standard Grails web application.
*Warning* If you're using a pre-1.3.5 or pre-1.2.4 version of Grails, you'll need to add this runtime dependency to your project's build file:
@@ -62,3 +55,5 @@ If you want to pass in some arguments, you can do so via the `args` project prop
You can also change the environment via the `env` project property:
gradle -Penv=prod grails-run-app
+
+*Warning* Version 1.0 of the plugin does not allow you to execute multiple tasks in one command line. So `gradle clean test` will fail even if `clean` and `test` individually succeed.
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