My long awaited submission to the Groovy prject is finally available. I’m still not quite sure what I’m doing on xircles but I think I have it submitted the right way. I’ve added preliminary JUnit integration along with an integration JUnit test to exercise the support. Basically what that means is I’ve added a JUnit test to test my JUnit test over my GSpec engine. (I can’t get much more clear/confusing than that!) The JUnit support is slightly broken, a minor bug that I can’t figure out. I’ll work more on it later. Basically it calls setUp and tearDown (in GSpec tearDown is called “inConclusion”) correctly but it misses the actual spec execution. The project is built with Maven2 for now though I’ll be adding an Ant build shortly. I checked everything in under the svn trunk of the groovy project as a module. The Subversion URL is here. I’ve also added my cool little GSpec logo. It’s late and I’m about to sign off. Many of you probably don’t even understand what the heck I’m talking about but I promise I will write up some formal documentation when I get a minute. I’ve also had some crazy ideas of what else I wanna add to it but I’ve been holding off until I get the JUnit stuff working completely end to end. Oh, shucks! I forgot! You’ll need the latest version of the Groovy-Maven2 plugin to build it. Head over to the Codehaus Mojo page to find it and figure out how to use it. I have my settings.xml pointed to the Codehaus Mojo site but I think I have the groupid mis-keyed. It’s late and I really need to call it quits. I’m just too excited at actually having something open source-ish finally out there on the net. It’s something that actually works a little too. It’s something that actually makes sense! I’m still leaps behind RSpec but that will change really soon now that I finally have my development environment setup! Hollaback y’all!