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About: Grails is a web application framework that leverages the Groovy language and complements Java Web development. Documentation.

downloadingAndInstalling.adoc  (grails-doc-4.0.11):downloadingAndInstalling.adoc  (grails-doc-4.0.12)
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You can find more information about SDKMAN usage on the https://sdkman.io/usage[ SDKMAN Docs] You can find more information about SDKMAN usage on the https://sdkman.io/usage[ SDKMAN Docs]
== Manual installation == Manual installation
For manual installation follow these steps: For manual installation follow these steps:
* https://github.com/grails/grails-core/releases[Download] a binary distribution of Grails and extract the resulting zip file to a location of your choice * https://github.com/grails/grails-core/releases[Download] a binary distribution of Grails and extract the resulting zip file to a location of your choice
* Set the GRAILS_HOME environment variable to the location where you extracted t he zip * Set the GRAILS_HOME environment variable to the location where you extracted t he zip
** On Unix/Linux based systems this is typically a matter of adding something li
ke the following `export GRAILS_HOME=/path/to/grails` to your profile === Unix/Linux
** On Windows this is typically a matter of setting an environment variable unde ** This is typically a matter of adding something like the following `export GRA
r `My Computer/Advanced/Environment Variables` ILS_HOME=/path/to/grails` to your profile
* Then add the `bin` directory to your `PATH` variable: ** This can be done by adding `export PATH="$PATH:$GRAILS_HOME/bin"` to your pro
** On Unix/Linux based systems this can be done by adding `export PATH="$PATH:$G file
RAILS_HOME/bin"` to your profile
** On Windows this is done by modifying the `Path` environment variable under `M ===Windows
y Computer/Advanced/Environment Variables` ** Copy the path to the bin directory inside the grails folder you have download
ed, for example,
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C:/path_to_grails/bin
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** Go to Environment Variables, you can typically search or run the command belo
w, the type env and then Enter
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Start + R
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** Edit the Path variable on User Variables / System Variables depending on your
choice.
** Paste the copied path in the Path Variable.
If Grails is working correctly you should now be able to type `grails -version` in the terminal window and see output similar to this: If Grails is working correctly you should now be able to type `grails -version` in the terminal window and see output similar to this:
[source,groovy,subs="attributes+"] [source,groovy,subs="attributes+"]
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Grails version: {version} Grails version: {version}
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