I don't know of a way to make eclipse run the same groovy as Jenkins, but
the "Replay" button in Jenkins has made my debugging much faster. I can
remove build stages and change arguments for faster iteration on
On Fri, Oct 14, 2016, 4:16 AM Jonathan Hodgson <j.r.hodg...@gmail.com>
> Testing out new Groovy code inside Jenkins is slow and painful. Whereas I
> can run a bit of code in a second on my local system inside Eclipse, it can
> be minutes on Jenkins (because it is part of a build), even if I strip
> everything out that I possibly can it's at least an order of magnitude
> greater. As a newbie to Groovy it can take me a number of iterattions to
> get things right (especially given the issue I'll talk abiout next), so
> being able to test code on my local machine would be MUCH better.
> Unfortunately, Groovy in the pipeline is a bit broken,
> There are workarounds, but if the problems only happen inside the
> pipeline, that that a lot of the development/debug iterations have to
> happen on the server.
> Things would progress much faster if I had a local implementation of
> Groovy that aped the one in the pipeline
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