On Saturday, November 22, 2014 1:20:45 PM UTC-6, John Stalcup wrote:
It sounds like one of the registered EntryPoint classes or something that one of the EntryPoint classes is being rebound to does not implement the EntryPoint interface.On Sat, Nov 22, 2014, 1:29 AM Thomas Broyer <t.br...@gmail.com> wrote:+cc stalcup@Any idea John?Roland, can you make a small repro-case?
On Saturday, November 22, 2014 12:38:16 AM UTC+1, Roland wrote:
Uncaught java.lang.ClassCastException Cast.java:59
gov_00046noaa_00046pmel_0004 6tmap_00046las_00046UI__EntryM ethodHolder.java:3
(anonymous function) Mo
PeriodPrinter.java:40 (anonymous function)
This happens both when I try Firefox 33.0 and Chrome Version 39.0.2171.65 (64-bit) as the browser. The application runs fine as a production app if I compile it and deploy it to the server from the command line. I could also debug it using Classic Development Mode using FF 24 just prior to now when I was using GWT 2.5. I run in MyEclipse 2015 on Ubuntu 14.04 if that makes a difference.
If this is a problem with the framework and not my application I'm happy to help try to gather the information to get it fixed, but I would need some guidance for how to gather the details needed to debug.
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