Yes you need gradle installed. The reason when Gradle is embedded
within the “grails” user input no longer works so the shell doesn’t
work. Using “gradle shell -q” resolves that
If you don’t want to install gradle you run run “./gradlew shell -q”
On Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 4:05 PM, Derek Alexander
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> From the latest docs, it seems that the 'grails shell' command is still
> http://docs.grails.org/3.2.3/ref/Command%20Line/shell.html >
> Yet, when trying this I get the message:
> | Error The Grails shell must be run from Gradle using 'gradle shell -q'
> Is that the same for everyone or something wrong with my install.
> Installed with sdkman, running on Java 1.7
> Trying 'gradle shell -q' from the command line, I'm told gradle is not
> installed (as it isn't other than as part of grails). Am surprised if I need
> to install it separately though.
> Tried opening the grails console: 'grails' then running the command 'gradle
> shell -q' from there. It looked promising but eventually just hung.
> Do I really need to install gradle separately to be able to use 'grails
> shell' ?
> Are the docs out of date ?
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