Thanks everybody for their input.

On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 05:54:17PM +0200, Emmanuel Bourg wrote:
> Thanks to your explanations it becomes clear I think that we must
> package groovy 2 separately, and keep the original groovy package at
> version 1.8.6 until the transition to Gradle 2 is complete.
> Miguel are you ok with this plan?

Initially I wasn't OK with this but given the approaching deadlines I
think this is our best option at this point, to have a separate groovy2
package. BTW, this is almost done because since many months ago I
maintain a package for groovy 2.x branch in experimental.

I just raised the voice on this gradle/groovy situation because 
after my groovy 1.8.6-2 upload gradle is not working anymore and
I'm looking for more eyaballs on this issue.

Getting groovy 1.8.6 working again is needed to advance with groovy2.

Miguel Landaeta, nomadium at
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