Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Re: GWT 2.8.1 release

Thanks for your reply, Thomas.

I am using Brandon's Eclipse plugin. I thought a space would be a separator for parameters; this is working for e.g. the -war parameter. My arguments for the CodeServer:
-remoteUI "${gwt_remote_ui_server_port}:${unique_id}" -startupUrl XXX.html -logLevel INFO -codeServerPort 9997 -port 8888 -generateJsInteropExports -includeJsInteropExports a.b.c -war D:\XXX\XXX\war com.XXX.XXX.XXX

Not using any quotes; they seem to get eliminated from the arguments string anyway by Eclipse.

Kind regards,

Am Mittwoch, 28. Juni 2017 14:42:49 UTC+2 schrieb Thomas Broyer:

On Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at 1:04:12 PM UTC+2, Max F wrote:

first of all, thanks for GWT!
I am trying to make use of the new includeJsInteropExports flag while using the CodeServer.
It seems that those new two switches need an extra "s": e.g. -includeJsInteropExports instead of -includeJsInteropExport.

But the -generateJsInteropExports help message references the other two as singular instead of plural:
But even then I did not succeed; CodeServer returns with:

Unknown argument: -includeJsInteropExports a.b.c

How are you passing the arguments?
It looks like you're passing "-includeJsInteropExports a.b.c" as a single argument, which indeed won't work. You need to pass 2 arguments: "-includeJsInteropExports" and "a.b.c".

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