To get around it, I have a two-step process: I compile my project with the GWT Toolbar Button > GWT Compile project option. This compiles the JS in my web app folder. Then I separately set up WAR deployment via the Project Properties > Deployment Assembly screen and deploy via standard Eclipse WAR export.
This isn't quite as easy as the context-menu deployment, but once it is set up it is pretty fast. Also has the added benefit that if you only change server-side code, you can generate a new WAR very quickly since it doesn't compile the client side every time.
Hope this helps!
On Wednesday, June 26, 2013 11:47:01 AM UTC-4, Magallo wrote:
How can be possible that nobody of the Eclipse/GWT Team has nothing to say about?!--
On Friday, June 21, 2013 5:17:08 PM UTC+2, Jeff Smith wrote:
I did not figure out a solution (I reverted back to an older version of my project with get 2.5).
Perhaps you should create a brand new get 2.51 project and then just copy/paste your java source code files into this new project. Good luck.
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