However, now that the error disappeared, I'll come back to the original question and see how it speeds up the development process.Now that you can have "resolve dependencies from the workspace" enabled in Eclipse, the GWT Eclipse Plugin should automatically configure the launch configuration to use the Eclipse project for the library and its source folders; that means you don't need to "mvn install" and restart the dev mode. So, problem solved?
Looks good! It's also fine that I don't need to explicitely include the library source code in the jar anymore.
However, when debugging and seeing a problem in server-side library code, I still have to stop the debugger, fix the problem and restart the debugging session. Can this also be improved? (There is a button "reload web server" in eclipse).
(and with a reactor build, using and configuring net.ltgt.gwt.maven:gwt-maven-
plugin:devmode in the root project, you get a similar behavior, from the command line)
This reactor stuff sounds interesting to me. I think I'll move my projects to the modular-webapp archetype, allthough I'm not happy with the fact that the three subprojects must be unique at the top-level. And they also have a different package structure. The projects created with webAppCreator have "client", "server" and "shared" in their package names, while modular-webapp doesn't. Since eclipse refactoring doesn't work on whole directory trees, this will be a lot of manual work...
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