assume Google spends not a single cent on GWT any more. Even in this case, GWT will be with us for quite some time to come. The source is in public domain. I've seen Apache projects survive for a decade, with much less installed user base.
Come to think about it - why would Google, a commercial company, subsidise the web-development effort the worldwide community ? I'm all for a free tool, but there are proper places to offer that: Apache, Eclipse. Even Spring can be considered free, since its owners only change for courses and educational material.--
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