Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Re: GWT CodeServer tries to transpile source code not includedin any GWT module

Ok, I found the reason: the temporary folders used by GWT during compilation must be deleted.

Il giorno domenica 13 gennaio 2019 11:40:47 UTC+1, claudi...@tasgroup.eu ha scritto:
Hi all,
I'm using GWT 2.8.2 with a project which successfully compiles when a full compilation is executed using com.google.gwt.dev.Compiler.
If the development mode is started and compilation is executed by the CodeServer, then it fails because it tries to transpile a Servlet.
But the source java file which GWT tries to transpile is not included by any GWT module.
How can I detect why GWT tries to transpile that file? How can it be included if it's not declared in any GWT module (as far as I can understand)?
Note that I'm using Eclipse with GWT Eclipse Plugin and Maven TBroyer plugin.

Thanks in advance

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