Running and Debugging Groovy Scripts
In IntelliJ IDEA, you can run and debug Groovy scripts using the regular procedures:
Besides executing a Groovy script with the permanent run/debug configuration, you can use a temporary one,
which is available at the context menu of a script:
Observe results in the Run and Debug tool windows.
Note that in Groovy-enabled modules, the debugger is aware of the Groovy syntax, and enables handy
evaluation of expressions.
To evaluate Groovy expression
- Launch the debugger session, as described in the section Debugging.
- When you reach a breakpoint, where you want to evaluate expression, press Alt+F8.
- In the Code Fragment Evaluation dialog box, select Groovy from the
Language drop-down list, type the desired expression, and click Evaluate:
Last modified: 4 December 2014