Mastering Groovy

So, since I want to work with neo4j through bulbs, it seems that I have no other option but to use Groovy Gremlin.

Installation of groovy on Eclipse: through marketplace. Quite easy.

First attempt to use: install gremlin from Tinkerpop and access it from Groovy programming shell in eclipse. After about an hour of furious googling, it seems that a couple of libraries need to be included in the groovy shell to launch the gremlin from within groovy:

gremlin$ groovysh -cp $GREMLIN_HOME/lib/gremlin-groovy-2.3.0.jar:$GREMLIN_HOME/lib/gremlin-java-2.3.0.jar:$GREMLIN_HOME/lib/pipes-2.3.0.jar:$GREMLIN_HOME/lib/common-1.7.jar:$GREMLIN_HOME/lib/groovy-1.8.9.jar

To do the same thing from Eclipse, Project>Properties>JavaBuild Path>Add External Jars and then add:

  • $GREMLIN_HOME/lib/gremlin-groovy-2.3.0.jar
  • $GREMLIN_HOME/lib/gremlin-java-2.3.0.jar
  • $GREMLIN_HOME/lib/pipes-2.3.0.jar
  • $GREMLIN_HOME/lib/common-1.7.jar
  • $GREMLIN_HOME/lib/groovy-1.8.9.jar
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