I came across Nimble yesterday, but couldn't get past Step 1, configuring
BuildConfig.groovy to find the Nimble's remote repository.
BuildConfig.groovy file is one line:
Here is the message I get when running grails install-plugin nimble 0.2:
Welcome to Grails 1.1.1 - http://grails.org/ Licensed under Apache Standard License 2.0 Grails home is set to: /opt/dev/sdks/grails-1.1.1 Base Directory: /home/wraith/dev/source/demo Running script /opt/dev/sdks/grails-1.1.1/scripts/InstallPlugin.groovy Environment set to development No authentication for svn repo at intient ... Reading remote plugin list ... Reading remote plugin list ... Reading remote plugin list ... Plugin 'nimble' was not found in repository. If it is not stored in a configured repository you will need to install it manually. Type 'grails list-plugins' to find out what plugins are available.
This is the first time I have tried to install a plugin not in the official repository. What is the best way to narrow down if it is a problem at Intient.com or with my configuration?
you could always download the zip file for the plugin and install it manually
- Download source code from http://github.com/intient/nimble
- Unzip under your plugins directory of your project (usually under
- Rename the extracted folder into "nimble-0.2"
- Remove from BuildConfig the line
- Edit the file application.properties of your project and add the line
- If not installed under your project, you should install the plugins : shiro (version 1.0-SNAPSHOT at least) and mail (>0.6). (run command
grails install-plugin <pluginName> <version>)
- Start directly from Step 3
It should work (at least, it worked for me). Good luck
We were performing some maintenance on intient.com and the load balancer wasn't providing this content for the last 12 hours or so (oops!).
Should be sorted now but the steps Wraith Monster gave above work for a manual install as well.
Once Grails 1.2 proper hits Nimble will be part of the official plugin repo and we won't need to worry about this at all.