Tuesday, February 28, 2017

How to compile to standards mode?

I've inherited support for a GWT application that was built with 2.4. It only runs in quirks mode. I would like to update it to run in standards mode (using 2.8) but am having trouble determining what exactly needs changed to make this happen. The release notes help, but it would be MUCH easier if the GWT compiler could be passed a parameter that would make it flag deprecated classes and their methods that will cause it to run in quarks mode. I have not been able to find one, and the GWT compiler does not complain when I compile the project using the 2.8 jars. Does anyone here know of such a parameter, or another approach to getting the code from running in quirks mode to running in standard mode? Thanks!


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