Sunday, July 27, 2014

Re: GWT Developer Plugin no longer works with Chrome on Linux

Hi Thomas,

my GWT compiler does not recognize a "-draft" option. I am running GWT 2.6.0.

I remember some problems with GWT designer after upgrading GWT the last time, which forced me to go back to an older version. I think it was 2.6.0.

However, I changed my code (added a cell view into my split panel), but I do not see the result after recompiling. Maybe there was an error or an exception. Are exceptions still shown in eclipse when running SDM?

How can I debug step by step in SDM?

Thanks a lot,

On Sunday, July 27, 2014 2:44:54 AM UTC+2, Thomas Broyer wrote:

On Sunday, July 27, 2014 1:49:35 AM UTC+2, Magnus wrote:

thanks, after all, I am able to get my app running in whatever mode, I think it's Super Dev Mode...

  • call eclipse's "Run as Web Application" command
  • open the URL displayed by eclipse, but omit the "gwt.codesvr=" suffix

However, after changing some code, a simple reload does not bring the new version. Even a complete restart of the run command in eclipse does not bring the new version.
It's astonishing to me. I make a change in the code and I am unable to propagate this change into the running app. Even closing and reopening the project did not help!

You're running in "prod mode". You need to recompile your app to see the results.
Compiling with "-draft" might be fast enough for you; it is for some:

GWT 2.7 will make it much easier to run SuperDevMode, if you can wait until then (or use the snapshots published on Sonatype OSSRH)

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