How do I get access to Confluence Script Plugin source code?

Since the Confluence Script Plugin is BSD-licensed, I wonder if it's possible to get at the source code. The source code seems to be on BitBucket, but I cannot access it with my account.

What do I need to do to get access? Is it possible at all?

Background: I'm using the plugin for groovy scripting and would like to bundle some library jar files.

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The bitbucket project is no longer public, the next release will be a Atlassian paid plugin - see this announcement. Source for the existing BSD version is available via the source link (fixed) on the 3.4.0 release.

Library jar files can be referenced via classpath parameter. A future release will make this easier.

Thanks, Bob.

I can't say I'm happy with so many plugins going commercial, but I fully understand your reasoning.

As for the classpath parameter, could you please show me an example? I haven't seen it documented anywhere (otherwise I wouldn't even try to play with the source code).

Updated Groovy Macro with an example. Documentation is weak and I will have more time to improve that over time. You can also add jars to your WEB-INF/lib if you want, but classpath is better.

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