It seem like the Google plugin doesn't allow me to select version of App Engine SDK for a Maven project.
I'm following the instructions described at http://googlewebtoolkit.blogspot.com/2010/08/how-to-use-google-plugin-for-eclipse.html
to enable Google Plugin for Eclipse to work with an existing Maven project.
Here are the steps I performed:
1. Build the GWT source code:
2. Import existing Maven project:
Select File | Import | Maven | Existing Maven Projects and
set the root directory to C:\gwt\trunk\build\out\samples\Expenses
3. Select version of the App Engine SDK:
Open the properties of the expenses project,
Under Google | App Engine,
Check 'Use Google App Engine',
Select 'Use default SDK (App Engine 1.3.4 - 1.3.4) instead of 'Use specific SDK (C:\...\.m2\repository\com\google\appengine - unknown version)'.
The problem is when I open the Google App Engine settings again (step 3), the 'Use specific SDK' is still selected!
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