On Tuesday, May 29, 2012 1:26:10 PM UTC+2, Niraj Salot wrote:
What should be consider as Best Practice for Large Project Structure ?
We have multiple modules inside the projects. Also We would like to
make sure that single change in one module does not require compile of
all the files. It should be just that module only.
How to achieve this in GWT Project Structure ?
GWT does not provide tools to determine whether a compiled GWT module is up-to-date wrt its sources. If you use Maven though, gwt-maven-plugin does it.
This is assuming that by "module" you mean a GWT "app" module (one that you give to the GWT Compiler), rather than a GWT "library" module (one that you <inherits/> in an "app" module), because the GWT compilation is "monolithic"; there's no such thing like "incremental compilation" of a GWT app.
For a large project, I'd rather modularize the build, as Кирилл Карпенко suggests.
Using Maven, you can look at https://github.com/tbroyer/gwt-maven-archetypes as starting point (see http://tbroyer.posterous.com/announcing-gwt-maven-archetypes-project for a quick overview), and then simply create as many `client` module as the number of GWT "app" modules you have.--
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