maybe a search for the class name (simple name) in the deployed folder
helps; just in case a wildcard search is being done...
On 31 Jul., 20:23, leslie <web...@me.com> wrote:
> GWT 2.0.3
> Eclipse Galileo
> MacOS X 10.5.8
> Java 5
> At one point I created what I thought would be a test class. I don't
> recall even ever doing anything with it. I only created it, and
> deleted it because I couldn't work with it.
> Anyway my GWT project remembers it, so somewhere I am referencing it
> [ERROR] Unable to find type 'foo.bar.baz.TestEntry'
> But I am not creating it in my code, I do not reference it in my entry
> html file... How do I tell my application that this file is not in
> existence? I can neither run nor even compile the project in
> eclipse. But I do not see build errors, so I know that my code is not
> attempting to use it.
> How do I resolve an "Unable to find" error when what is being sought
> isn't intended to exist? So lost, please help.
> Thanks in advance.
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