These instructions describe how to install a binary distribution of Groovy.
- first, Download a binary distribution of Groovy and unpack it into some file on your local file system
- set your GROOVY_HOME environment variable to the directory you unpacked the distribution
- add GROOVY_HOME/bin to your PATH environment variable
- set your JAVA_HOME environment variable to point to your JDK.
It did it on windows,
first test is a DOS command-windows and there print "groovy -version" and you see,
wether all is fine and installed