Jira scriptrunner groovy script refresh/reload

I have (a lot of) scripts and dependent classes (in subfolders of the script root folder).

When modifying a dependent class, the calling scripts are often still using an "older" version of the dependent class. In the Adaptavist documentation it is stated I should "...modify the calling script by adding whitespace or a comment to get it to recompile...". How to do this if I have a lot of scripts (hundreds!) and making often modifications to the dependent classes (that's where all my business logic is). Is modifying just one dependent script enough ?

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Yes it is. 

If you only add a whitespace to one, that will force recompilation of that script. Which will force recompilation of the class that it extends if the hashes do not match.

So yea don't worry, you only need to modify one of your scripts.

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