Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Re: net.ltgt.gwt.maven and testing in multi-module project structure?

On Wednesday, July 13, 2022 at 3:06:37 AM UTC+2 wrote:
Thank you, the setting the <include> did it.

FYI, using a GWTTestSuite can improve performance (that's why it's the default in the plugin, because it favors best practices):
My next question about testing is, what are the expectations for the test module? Are we still required to provide a separate JUnit.gwt.xml?

You've never been (or at least not for many many years) as GWT will synthesize a module that inherits both and the module your GWTTestCase's getModuleName() returns.
The gwt-maven-plugin itself has no specific expectations either, so should apply as-is (I haven't re-read it though, but that's the goal of the plugin, to be a "thin" wrapper that only wires things that are specific to Maven, e.g. src/main/java, computing the classpath from dependencies, etc.)

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