Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Re: launchConfiguration issue for GWT 2.7.0 (New to GWT)


Below is the message I am getting. Not sure which one to use or how to use.

Unknown argument: -out
Google Web Toolkit 2.7.0
DevMode [-[no]startServer] [-port port-number | "auto"] [-whitelist whitelist-string] [-blacklist blacklist-string] [-logdir directory] [-logLevel level] [-gen dir] [-bindAddress host-name-or-address] [-codeServerPort port-number | "auto"] [-[no]superDevMode] [-server servletContainerLauncher[:args]] [-startupUrl url] [-war dir] [-deploy dir] [-extra dir] [-modulePathPrefix ] [-workDir dir] [-XmethodNameDisplayMode NONE | ONLY_METHOD_NAME | ABBREVIATED | FULL] [-sourceLevel [auto, 1.6, 1.7]] [-XjsInteropMode [NONE, JS, CLOSURE]] [-[no]incremental] module[s]

  -[no]startServer         Starts a servlet container serving the directory specified by the -war flag. (defaults to ON)
  -port                    Specifies the TCP port for the embedded web server (defaults to 8888)
  -whitelist               Allows the user to browse URLs that match the specified regexes (comma or space separated)
  -blacklist               Prevents the user browsing URLs that match the specified regexes (comma or space separated)
  -logdir                  Logs to a file in the given directory, as well as graphically
  -logLevel                The level of logging detail: ERROR, WARN, INFO, TRACE, DEBUG, SPAM, or ALL
  -gen                     Debugging: causes normally-transient generated types to be saved in the specified directory
  -bindAddress             Specifies the bind address for the code server and web server (defaults to
  -codeServerPort          Specifies the TCP port for the code server (defaults to 9997 for classic Dev Mode or 9876 for Super Dev Mode)
  -[no]superDevMode        Runs Super Dev Mode instead of classic Development Mode. (defaults to ON)
  -server                  Specify a different embedded web server to run (must implement ServletContainerLauncher)
  -startupUrl              Automatically launches the specified URL
  -war                     The directory into which deployable output files will be written (defaults to 'war')
  -deploy                  The directory into which deployable but not servable output files will be written (defaults to 'WEB-INF/deploy' under the -war directory/jar, and may be the same as the -extra directory/jar)
  -extra                   The directory into which extra files, not intended for deployment, will be written
  -modulePathPrefix        The subdirectory inside the war dir where DevMode will create module directories. (defaults empty for top level)
  -workDir                 The compiler's working directory for internal use (must be writeable; defaults to a system temp dir)
  -XmethodNameDisplayMode  Emit extra information allow chrome dev tools to display Java identifiers in many places instead of JavaScript functions.
  -sourceLevel             Specifies Java source level (defaults to auto:1.6)
  -XjsInteropMode          Specifies JsInterop mode, either NONE, JS, or CLOSURE (defaults to NONE)
  -[no]incremental         Compiles faster by reusing data from the previous compile. (defaults to ON)
  module[s]                Specifies the name(s) of the module(s) to host

Can you please help me in rewriting this line based on the above suggestions ?
<stringAttribute key="org.eclipse.jdt.launching.PROGRAM_ARGUMENTS" value="-out www mmsea/app.jsp&#10;-noserver&#10;-port 9080"/>

Thanks a lot.

On Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 10:39:30 AM UTC-5, Jens wrote:

Thanks Jens. I still have the 2nd error "Unknown argument: -out"
The DevMode class should show you all valid arguments and the description should tell you which one to choose as a replacement. I don't know anything about GWT 1.7, but I assume DevMode -war is probably the same as GWTShell -out.

-- J.

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