Each one of those projects uses
Of course the module name is different for the shared and server projects. So when I maven install the parent "library-core" project it will compile all 3 sub projects into their respective jars.
Now I created a "base" project that depends on the library. This project was created with the modular-webapp archetype. In my base-client I depend on the library-core-client and my base-server depends on the library-core-server.
For example in the base-client I have this:
So when I run superdev like this:
gwt:codeserver -pl *-client -am
tomcat7:run -pl *-server -am -Denv=dev
it all works, the dependencies play nice together, the only problem is if I change code in the library-core-client and refresh the browser, it does not detect the change.
Am I missing something or is there a better way to structure the projects so they will work correctly?
Thank you so much,
On Friday, July 24, 2015 at 8:44:13 AM UTC-4, Thomas Broyer wrote:
On Friday, July 24, 2015 at 2:33:22 PM UTC+2, William Davis wrote:Will the gwt-lib projects work with incremental compile or will I have to stop the dev mode, rebuild the library, and run again?One of the goals of net.ltgt.gwt.maven:gwt-maven-plugin was to properly support multimodule projects, and "properly support" includes not having to stop and restart devmode/codeserver when making changes in any module of the reactor (and without hacks and/or profiles in your POMs).
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