(Quick Reference)



Lists the available plugins


grails list-plugins



grails list-plugins
grails list-plugins -repository=myRepository
grails list-plugins -installed

Fired Events:

  • StatusUpdate - When the plugin list is being refreshed
  • StatusError - When there was an error updating the plugin list


  • repository - The name of the repository to use, otherwise all known repositories will be scanned. See the section on Plugin repositories in the user guide.
  • installed - List only the plugins that are installed into the current Grails application.

Lists the plugins that are installable. Note: This command can take a while to execute depending in your internet connectivity. Typical output looks like this:

Plugins available in the grailsCentral repository are listed below:
acegi               <>        --  Grails Spring Security 2.0 Plugin
activemq            <0.3>            --  Grails ActiveMQ Plugin
activiti            <5.6>            --  Grails Activiti Plugin
ajax-uploader       <0.3>            --  Ajax Uploader Plugin
ajaxflow            <0.2.1>          --  This plugin enables Ajaxified Webflows
akismet             <0.2>            --  Akismet Anti-Spam Plugin
alfresco            <0.4>            --  Plugin de integracion con Alfresco.

The first column contains the plugin name, the second the version and the last the description. If you require more info about a plugin you can use the plugin-info command. If you wish to install a plugin you can use the plugin name and/or version in combination with the install-plugin.

Note: If you are behind a proxy you may want to consider using the set-proxy command prior to running this command.