Friday, January 10, 2020

Re: [ANN] (Unofficial) GWT 2.8.2-v20191108 release

Has it only been 3 years ? I also don't understand why dwt devs are so out of touch with their user base. Nobody will take gwt 3 as a serious option. All old GWT apps will have been migrated to other toolkits by the time it gets released.

Why are these incremental changes not officially released ? Is there no trust in the quality of these changes ? Are the unit tests not good enough to  ensure stability ?
On 11 Jan 2020, 03:03 +0100, Hristo Stoyanov <>, wrote:
Peter thanks,
The real tragedy here is that 2.8.3 could have been released by now with the small incremental changes and updates like what your packages (and completely separately develop Maven/Gradle plugins for Jacl).
Instead  - the community has been chasing the GWT-over-jacl/GWT 3 pipe-dream for 3 year now, porting dead-end and old GWT APIs to jacl with no end in sight..sigh

On Thursday, January 9, 2020 at 9:07:50 PM UTC-8, Peter Donald wrote:

On Wed, Jan 8, 2020 at 12:38 PM Hristo Stoyanov <> wrote:
Hi Peter,
I tried to use your GWT distro, and although I see that I get the right artifacts on my classpath:

Sorry, I missed this email...

I still use Java8, not Java9+ and don't use Errai. So I am not sure how much help I can be ;)

That said we use elemental2 version 2.27 when using the GWT version 2.8.2-v20191108

This will transitively depend upon the most recently released version of jsinterop-base (with coordinate

So the deps look roughly like



Peter Donald

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