Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Re: Where to get the latest GWT Snapshots?

On Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 1:34:00 AM UTC+2, Ming-Yee Iu wrote:
I've lately been hitting a lot of GWT compilation errors in SuperDevMode where GWT compiles things fine, but the outputted code is incorrect. GWT's name mangling ends up being mismatched where a method will be compiled to something like "filter_0_g$.test_22_g$" but elsewhere, code will try to call the method using "filter_0_g$.test_23_g$" or something like that.

Anyway, after looking through the issue tracker, I think this might be fixed already, so I want to download some of the latest GWT snapshots to see. Where can I get download a more recent nightly build of GWT?

I tried going to

But the jars there seemed to be missing the jsinterop.annotations package, so I'm not sure if that is the correct place to go or if jsinterop has changed or whatever.

jsinterop.annotations are in com/google/jsinterop/jsinterop-annotations. gwt-dev and gwt-user are also "trimmed" of all Jetty, ASM, Servlets API, etc. compared to the JARS from the "SDK" (the one that you download as a ZIP file from the gwtproject.org website).
I highly suggest using Maven, Gradle or Ivy (or Buildr, etc.) to resolve all dependencies from Maven repositories. If you're not using those, then it might actually be easier to clone the repo(s) and build the SDK locally ("ant dist-dev")

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