Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Re: Problems connecting to Super Dev Mode server with 2.8 / multi-module project

Hi, have you found any solution? 

On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 3:24:28 AM UTC+6, hy wrote:
Hi Drew,

Did you find any solution for this?
I am facing a similar issue.


On Friday, August 19, 2016 at 10:16:40 AM UTC-4, Drew Spencer wrote:
The SDM recompile happens first time, it's just that when I reload the page I see the "skipped compile because no input files have changed" message.

I think I have a similar problem to this: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27433642/gwt-superdevmode-fails-to-see-changes but if I remove src/main/java from the resources I get errors that my BootstrapperImpl.java can't be found: 

[ERROR] The type 'com.utilitiessavings.usavappv7.client.gin.BootstrapperImpl' was not found, either the class name is wrong or there are compile errors in your code.

That's essentially my EntryPoint, so looks like no sources are found at all.

On Thursday, 18 August 2016 20:41:15 UTC+1, Jens wrote:
SDM generates a special module.nocache.js file which contains the "recompile on reload" feature. You have to make sure that you have deployed that generated file. If you start the DevMode class the file is placed into the directory your DevMode -war parameter is pointing to. If you start CodeServer you have to use the -launcherDir parameter (DevMode delegates -war to -launcherDir). Make sure its pointing to the directory you deploy.

-- J.

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