Friday, July 29, 2011

Re: GWT / Maven (again!)

What I meant is to somehow create a "mavenized" project having the
standard GWT directory structure (so that it plays better with GPE).

On Jul 29, 9:30 am, Juan Pablo Gardella <gardellajuanpa...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> This sample <https://bitbucket.org/gardellajuanpablo/gwt-sample/wiki/Home> is
> a gwt project with maven standard layout
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> 2011/7/29 cri <chuck.irvine...@gmail.com>
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> > For quite a while, we've been somewhat successful using gwt-maven-
> > plugin in conjunction with GWT/GPE. However, there has been lots of
> > effort and frustration getting to where we are. And, I've just
> > encountered another problem that I've yet to figure out.
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> > It seems to me that a lot of the trouble comes from the fact that the
> > standard GWT directory structure is very different than the directory
> > structure that gwt-maven-plugin wants. My question for those that know
> > Maven better than me (and there has to be lots of those) is how
> > difficult would it be to "mavenize" a GWT project with GWT's standard
> > layout?
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