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What schema is Groovy licensed under?

Ilde Giron
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Is Groovy licensed the same as Java?

Does Groovy support any platform (i.e. Linux, Solaris, etc.) that Java does?

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Dierk König
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Groovy is licensed under Apache 2, which means differently from Java that has it's own license.

Groovy 1.5.x runs wherever there is Java 1.5+.

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