Griffon and 10.0.n - how to upgrade version of Griffon ?

I haven't done any Griffon work for twelve months or so (must have been v9 or even v8) so now that I have v10.0.2 (and 10.0.1) I was a bit baffled about upgrading the version of Griffon.  I must have upgraded to Griffon 0.9 a few months ago (v9) and that seems to be set up correctly in v10.0.2. Now that I have Griffon 0.9.2 I thought that I could just upgrade the "library" in "Project Settings" but that doesn't seem to work (saying Griffon facet not recognised or similar) and I had to re-create the project by using "new project from existing sources"; when it asked for the Griffon SDK I browsed to it and it was then all set up correctly. Is that the correct method ?   I should add that this in on Ubuntu 10.04 and I had set up GRIFFON_HOME in '/etc/environment' to 0.9.2 already. graham

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There should be a dedicated action in the context menu in Project/Grails view on the module node. It's called 'Upgrade Griffon SDK'

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Thanks, is that new ? Or was I just mistakenly assuming it was the same as for Grails projects which is my main work at the moment. graham

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Not new at all, since version 9, I think. There is a similar action for Grails, which also runs 'grails upgrade'.

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Oh...I must have missed it somehow. Well, now I do know ! thanks, graham

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