On Friday, September 25, 2020 at 2:14:11 AM UTC-10 t.br...@gmail.com wrote:
Actually, even Core uses permutations, for exception stacktraces collection: https://github.com/gwtproject/gwt/blob/master/user/src/com/google/gwt/core/CoreWithUserAgent.gwt.xmlFwiw, if everything compiled down to the same code, there'd be a single *.cache.js output, so it wouldn't matter much whether you compile for various browsers or not (besides compilation time). Seeing more than one *.cache.js means there are differences, and if those differences are minimal you may want to <collapse-all-properties /> or at a minimum <collapse-property name="user.agent" values="*" />
On Friday, September 25, 2020 at 9:55:43 AM UTC+2, Jens wrote:JsInterop is just a convention, so permutations don't make sense here. Elemental2 is generated from a specification, so it does not use permutations. If you use Elemental2 you are responsible to apply polyfills in browsers that do not support the JS features you are using via elemental2. However there might be usages of permutations in other GWT code you might using, things like GWT-RPC, RequestFactory, .....-- J.
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