Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Re: Don't compile for the MAC and IE* when developing.

Thanks, I read that but did not get it at first.

What is the user.agent for IE?

On Nov 29, 2:51 pm, Jens <jens.nehlme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> You can create GWT modules for development/testing for each
> browser/rendering engine.
> For example:
> App.gwt.xml //your main app module ready for production
> DevApp.gwt.xml //inherits App.gwt.xml but enables logging for development
> DevAppSafari.gwt.xml //inherits DevApp.gwt.xml and sets user.agent property
> to safari (<set-property name="user.agent" value="safari />). This tells
> the GWT compiler to only compile for Safari/Chrome ( = WebKit browsers)
> DevAppGecko.gwt.xml // same as DevAppSafari but with user.agent = gecko1_8
> for Firefox.
> ....
> ....
> Works pretty well. Just make sure to add the "rename-to" attribute from
> App.gwt.xml to all Dev*.gwt.xml modules so it compiles to the same
> directory. If your App.gwt.xml does not have such an attribute you also
> need to add it to all Dev*.gwt.xml modules and set it to the default name
> of your main app.
> You can find a small paragraph about it
> inhttp://code.google.com/intl/de-DE/webtoolkit/doc/latest/DevGuideOrgan...
> . Take a look at "Renaming modules".
> -- J.

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