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The information on this page is for groovy-module-gram-1.2-2.jpp6.src.rpm, a source rpm; you are probably more interested in these binaries built from it:

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(2011-06-06 21:09, noarch)
Gram = Groovy + JAM groovy-module-gram homepage Download groovy-module-gram-1.2-2.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download groovy-module-gram-1.2-2.jpp6.src.rpm
(2011-06-06 21:09, noarch)
Javadoc for groovy-module-gram groovy-module-gram-javadoc homepage Download groovy-module-gram-javadoc-1.2-2.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download groovy-module-gram-1.2-2.jpp6.src.rpm

RPM Information for groovy-module-gram-1.2-2.jpp6.src.rpm

Name: groovy-module-gramDistribution: JPackage
Version: 1.2Vendor: JPackage Project
Release: 2.jpp6Build date: Mon Jun 6 21:09:05 2011
Epoch: 0Build host: localhost.localdomain
Group: Development/Libraries/JavaRPM file: groovy-module-gram-1.2-2.jpp6.src.rpm
Size: 20224Source RPM: (none)
Section: freeLicense: Apache Software License 2
Packager: Ralph Apel <r.apel at>
Summary: Gram = Groovy + JAM
Gram is a simple xdoclet-like tool for processing doclet
tags or Java 5 annotations in source code or bytecode and
auto-generating files, data or resources.
Gram = Groovy + JAM. JAM does all the hard work of
abstracting away the details between annotations and doclet
tags and handling Java 1.4 and 5 compliance. Groovy takes
care of the scripting, code generation & templating.
Gram is the little tidy bit of code in between.

Change Log for groovy-module-gram-1.2-2.jpp6.src.rpm

* Mon Jun 06 2011 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> 0:1.2-2
- Switch to groovy10 as requirement

* Wed Oct 18 2006 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> 0:1.2-1jpp
- First JPackage release

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