How do I prevent Bamboo from reporting Grails errors loading config files that truly do not exist?

Grails tries to load a properties config file from four locations (classpath & file locations with .groovy and .properties extension), and reports errors when they do not exist. This isn't an error in the build, so I'm wondering if there is a way to have Bamboo ignore them?

21-Nov-2011 06:21:06 [groovyc] Compiling 1 source file to /users/bamboo/.grails/1.3.7/projects/WIKITOOL-STATS-JOB1/classes
21-Nov-2011 06:21:07 Unable to load specified config location classpath:wiki-stats-config.properties : class path resource [wiki-stats-config.properties] cannot be opened because it does not exist
21-Nov-2011 06:21:07 Unable to load specified config location classpath:wiki-stats-config.groovy : class path resource [wiki-stats-config.groovy] cannot be opened because it does not exist
21-Nov-2011 06:21:07 Unable to load specified config location file:/users/bamboo/.grails/wiki-stats-config.properties : /users/bamboo/.grails/wiki-stats-config.properties (No such file or directory)
21-Nov-2011 06:21:07 Unable to load specified config location file:/users/bamboo/.grails/wiki-stats-config.groovy : /users/bamboo/.grails/wiki-stats-config.groovy (No such file or directory)

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Hi Tim,

Bamboo is reporting these as errors because Grails is outputting the warning to stderror. Currently there is no way for Bamboo to suppress these warnings.

Thanks,

James

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