Do you have a step by step guide to run the closure compiler externally ?Basically you would need to replicate what has been done programmatically in the removed ClosureJsRunner class. See commitLooks like you have to- define your own gwt_externs file to tell Closure Compiler which special GWT variables not to rename- maybe create a hack.js file that exports gwtOnLoad function so it does not get removed by Closure Compiler. Maybe its not needed if also passing in the <module>.nocache.js file to Closure compiler. no idea.- Give Closure Compiler the GWT output (your *.cache.js files including split points) in the correct ordering as split point files have dependencies (initial fragment, leftover, split points)
Thanks for your help, but unfortunately this does not look like a simple process to implement for GWT users like us. For the moment we will remain in GWT 2.7 which generates a smaller code for our website, and hoping that future GWT versions will be able to reduce or at least maintain the same code size as version 2.7
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