On Thursday, September 29, 2011 8:02:11 PM UTC+2, jchimene wrote:
On 09/29/2011 06:05 AM, Bart wrote:
> Because Java does not have compiler flags like, it is suggested to use
> static (boolean) contants with if expressions instead. The Java
> compiler is even required to remove any dead code that results from
> such constructs.
> In our development we have a number of these kind of compiler flags,
> where the developer can choose the flags by including one or more
> specific jars in the class path. This works very well for normal Java
> code. However, for GWT client code, the GWT compiler makes it hard to
> use them, as it requires the source code for these constants, as well
> as an explicit inherit and gwt.xml definition.
> In my opinion, the GWT compiler should not actually require any source
> code for these constructs, as it could simply extract the constant's
> value from the class file and replace the reference to the constants
> with its value.
> Is there any simpler way to handle compiler flags in GWT client code?
I think the answer to your question is going to depend on why you need
For example, some might say use one or more of the following: (1)
assert; (2) inheritance; (3) Gin.
(4) deferred binding (and choosing the right gwt.xml to pass to the compiler)
Google Apache Wave does (4); and that's what GWT suggests using (look at all the properties you can set in a gwt.xml: stacktrace emulation, logging level, logging handlers, CssResource obfuscation, ClientBundle resource inlining, etc.)
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