The module system - with code duplication - is not a option for me since even with gzip I will bloat my cellphones traffic volumes beside of the evil wait times in bad coverage areas.
Even if I do not understand why such redundancy in modules is implemented by the JSInterop team, I understand that the split-points may help me.
There - hopefully my last question:
If I define following split-points:
contains only some NOOP-code (e.g. a dummy trace to console)
my calculation classes
my view classes
Afaik from documentation, this would create the splitting I was asking for. Since with the first bootstrap-splitpoint I will also get the GWT-API code generated, and the other splitpoints shall only have the generated JS code of the wished classes. Or have I some knots in my thoughts?
If my assumption is right. is there a way to control the filenaming of the generated split-points? I could not find anything in the docs about it.
If there is no common way to control the filenaming, where in the JSInterop api should I take a look for it, to maybe intercept or modify the process of generation?
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