Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Re: How to pass a build number to a gwt app?

Thanks Thomas, I'm using GWT 2.8.2 so I tried your first suggestion and it works :-)

I just declared the property in my gwt.xml module file:

<define-configuration-property name="build.number" is_multi_valued="false"/>

 and set its value (with the maven property which is set by Jenkins) when calling your plugin in the configuation section: 


Then System.getProperty("build.number") returns the expected value :-)

Thank you

On Monday, 12 March 2018 23:27:17 UTC+1, Thomas Broyer wrote:
Easiest with recent GWT version would be to declare a <configuration-property>, get it using System.getProperty(), and set it with --property.

With older versions, use Maven filtering on a properties file you use with a com.google.gwt.i18n.client.Constants; or have a look at Mojo's Java template plugin.

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