Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Re: Can I remove compile permutations for the default language

You could try <set-property name="locale" value="nl"/> (though I'd been told years ago that it could cause some issues to "disable" the "default" locale)

On Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 8:50:16 AM UTC+2, Frank wrote:
We are using our own I18N system with GWT based on dynamic string internationalization.
So we actaully should not need any locale property's in our .gwt.xml

However. In our system the decimal character should always be a , instead of a point.

The way we solved this in the past was by adding following lines to the gwt.xml file :

<extend-property name="locale" values="nl"/>
<set-property-fallback name="locale" value="nl"/>

This however resulted in the compilation permutions going up from 5 to 10. Because now it is compiling for default language, and nl language.

Is there any way to disable compilation for default language, as we will never use this... Because compilations are getting to take really long and being able to cut these in half would be a great time gain.

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