Friday, November 18, 2022

Re: Trying to get GWT app deployed in local Tomcat (using Eclipse)

Figured out the Sync CodeServer option only appears if you tick GWT in the Project Facets:

On Wednesday, 25 August 2021 at 12:09:28 am UTC+10 mmo wrote:
Really odd!
Here is how this looks on my side:

On Tuesday, August 24, 2021 at 3:41:34 PM UTC+2 Craig Mitchell wrote:
Interesting.  I don't have that setting:


I'm using the standard Eclipse for Java Developers.  Not Eclipse for Enterprise Java.

On Monday, 23 August 2021 at 11:01:20 pm UTC+10 mmo wrote:
@Craig Mitchell

> I've never seen an option to start the code server automatically
Right-click on the mode --> GTW --> Settings --> GWT - Facet Settings: There is a checkbox under "Super Development Mode" labeled "Sync the CodeServer state with the WTP server. The WTP server start and stop will also start and stop the CodeServer".

> I think you mean the CodeServer doesn't always show in the Development mode.
No - as I wrote: the CodeServer shows up reliably in this view, but the Web-Server doesn't anymore. It used to, though, so I am puzzled why this is not working anymore.

> I just use a "Launch Chrome" launcher to start Chrome in debug, so I don't need it to show up.
These "Connect to Chrome" and "Launch Chrome" entries usually appear in the "Run As"/"Debug As"-context menu but often they don't. And once they disappeared, they don't show up anymore until the next Eclipse-restart. Very odd and annoying!  :-(

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