question, I created my initial project using the included
webAppCreator script like this ...
$GWT_HOME/webAppCreator -out myProject -maven com.myProject
(I'm on a Mac so change your path accordingly)
This created my initial project template including the pom.xml file.
See the generated README.txt file. I then imported the project into
Eclipse using the m2eclipse plugin and importing as an existing maven
project. Build from the command line or from Eclipse.
This gives you a working template ... add dependencies, get rid of the
sample code and start doing your own thing. First thing I did was
just add a dependency and did a mvn clean gwt:compile package then
looked in the the generated war file's WEB-INF/lib and my dependency
Very easy. I don't know if I'll run into problems as my app grows in
complexity but for a start I couldn't be happier.
On Jan 30, 2:01 am, "Mike.G" <gsun...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hi all:
> i'm using maven to organize my gwt project, everything works well but one
> defect: Is there a way to copy all maven referenced jars to the
> when i use maven POM to add a new depencies, i have to copy the jar and it's
> dependent jar to WEB-INF/lib, usually i may forget copying some, which will
> lead to "no class def" error when i deliver the project to web server. but
> in development mode, it works well.
> could someone help me? how did you tackle this messy situation? thanks very
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