Is groovy a complete paradigm shift from the Java world or it is simply a syntax sugar coated over the bitter Java tablet.
I think unless an language owns its own runtime environment it cannot be called as a language.
I'm mainly curious about how it's used in a web application as opposed to a stand alone app
that you would run like "java myapp_with_main_method " .
indexes and keys are named properly. Is this a bug or is this expected?
Another side question here is, Ive noticed also that unless you're using HSQLDB, Grails will not create the database for you. You have to drop and create it manually, and then Grails will generate the schema. This is a small issue, but kind of annoying with the extra step. I just figured I'd bring it up in case anyone knows the reason for this.