Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Re: JsInterop & 2.8.0-SNAPSHOT : calling Java Object in Javascript

I think it does not look too bad. You can compile your app using -mode PRETTY (or DETAILED if you also need package infos) so you can read the final JS output to see what went wrong. The only difference between SuperDevMode and a normal compile is that a normal compile optimizes your code. When you do a normal compile using -draftCompile then its pretty similar to SuperDevMode. When it works this way then you have probably found a bug caused by optimizations.

-- J.

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