--Hi, very good morning!
I can't make use of super dev mode in my project, it happened after I installed the GWT Eclipse Plugin, eclipse returns the following error:
Unknown argument: -superDevMode
Google Web Toolkit 2.6.1
DevMode [-[no]startServer] [-port port-number | "auto"] [-whitelist whitelist-string] [-blacklist blacklist-string] [-logdir directory] [-logLevel level] [-gen dir] [-bindAddress host-name-or-address] [-codeServerPort port-number | "auto"] [-server servletContainerLauncher[:args]] [-startupUrl url] [-war dir] [-deploy dir] [-extra dir] [-workDir dir] [-sourceLevel [auto, 1.6, 1.7]] module[s]
-[no]startServer Starts a servlet container serving the directory specified by the -war flag. (defaults to ON)
-port Specifies the TCP port for the embedded web server (defaults to 8888)
-whitelist Allows the user to browse URLs that match the specified regexes (comma or space separated)
-blacklist Prevents the user browsing URLs that match the specified regexes (comma or space separated)
-logdir Logs to a file in the given directory, as well as graphically
-logLevel The level of logging detail: ERROR, WARN, INFO, TRACE, DEBUG, SPAM, or ALL
-gen Debugging: causes normally-transient generated types to be saved in the specified directory
-bindAddress Specifies the bind address for the code server and web server (defaults to 127.0.0.1)
-codeServerPort Specifies the TCP port for the code server (defaults to 9997)
-server Specify a different embedded web server to run (must implement ServletContainerLauncher)
-startupUrl Automatically launches the specified URL
-war The directory into which deployable output files will be written (defaults to 'war')
-deploy The directory into which deployable but not servable output files will be written (defaults to 'WEB-INF/deploy' under the -war directory/jar, and may be the same as the -extra directory/jar)
-extra The directory into which extra files, not intended for deployment, will be written
-workDir The compiler's working directory for internal use (must be writeable; defaults to a system temp dir)
-sourceLevel Specifies Java source level (defaults to auto:1.7)
module[s] Specifies the name(s) of the module(s) to host
can you help me?
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Monday, August 19, 2019
Re: My project is not working after installing the GWT Eclipse Plugin
Are you using the correct GWT plugin? Which plugin are you using? That version "2.6.1" is not supported. It should show 2.8.1 or 2.8.2.
On 8/19/19 10:24 AM, José Luiz Martins wrote: