Monday, August 21, 2017

Re: has anyone tried building a gwt application using buck ?

At least Gradle (and Bazel/Buck/Pants) have truly incremental builds, which Maven likely won't ever have.
Along with non-linear (graph) build lifecycle and other niceties, that makes it "a better option" undoubtedly.

On Monday, August 21, 2017 at 8:07:14 AM UTC+2, wrote:
A much simpler question -

What is the most effective build tool for multi module gwt projects and why ? We are pretty much married to maven at this point :) but the build speed is really a pain and we are contemplating a divorce.. Do you think there is a better option ?

thanks a ton in advance. 

On Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 11:40:10 PM UTC+5:30, Thomas Broyer wrote:

On Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 2:37:51 PM UTC+2, Debasish Padhy wrote:
Many thanks for such a detailed explanation but I am perplexed at your understanding of the subject although you have never used it.

I have a (not so) secret interest in build tools ;-)
(see most recent –though already years-old– posts on my blog: ; I do not need the scalability or versatility of Bazel, Buck or Pants, so my go-to build tool is Gradle these days, if only for its better/easier IDE integration)
Is bazel ready for gwt building ?

I'm told it is: (with dev mode support ;-) )
(written by a former Googler, who btw also created, and still maintains, gwtmockito)

BTW, J2Cl (which will power GWT 3) is designed for use with Bazel (along with

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