This is amazing news, but I’ve always had a question about Spock, that is, why are there different variants for different Groovy versions? I haven’t seen a
case where Spock breaks when upgrading Groovy and even when using latest Groovy with the 0.7-groovy-2.0 it still works. Since we will have a lot of projects using 0.7 with Groovy 2.3/2.4 until we get around to upgrading, what are the symptoms that we need
to upgrade Spock or features we miss without “2.4 compatibility”?
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