Having read the deprecation notice, I'm trying to move from the mojo plugin to the new recommended plugin, the one written by Thomas.
But I'm facing this problem: my GWT application uses some java libraries (standard jar packaging but with GWT compatible sources), however the GWT compiler can't find these sources although I have listed these libraries in the application pom:
With the mojo plugin already it was not enough to just declare their dependencies in the pom, I had to declare them a second time in the compileSourceArtifacts section of the plugin configuration, like this:
and then the GWT compiler could find the sources of these libraries and include them for the application compilation.
I haven't seen the equivalent with the tbroyer plugin.
Anybody knows how to do it?
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