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That is, I have this set up:
Then, in this aScript.groovy you can include the following code to load that class and make use of the content:
someClass = evaluate(
Maybe there are even better ways, but this works for me. I tried the regular Groovy way of instantiating a class defined like this, but because the Bioclipse Groovy environment does not have a working directory, I could not get that to work.