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I've been following these directions to set up a project in IntelliJ with groovy support, but I get blocked at step 3 because the location of my groovy distribution is not specified, and IJ refuses to accept the copy of groovy that I pulled from macports into the /opt/local/bin folder. (The OK button in the navigation window is grayed out when I try to point at /opt/local/bin, and there's no message indicating what it would consider acceptable.) Does anyone know what location I should be pointing at, if not that?

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You need to specify the groovy home directory itself, not the directory where the symlink to the executable script is located. With MacPorts it would be:


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For me, running on Mac with HomeBrew, it was

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