Do I need to do something more to turn on GWT inspections?

Hi,
I have checked all GWT inspections, but i.e. when I am using the class from the module, which isn't inherited in the one I am in, IDEA doesn't prompt me that I need to inherit in gwt.xml this new-used module.

Shall I turn on something more?

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These errors should be reported by "Classes not from JRE Emulation Library in client code" inspection. Could you please provide more details about
your project? Are your GWT modules located in the same IDEA module?

Hi,
I have checked all GWT inspections, but i.e. when I am using the class from the module, which isn't inherited in the one I am in, IDEA doesn't prompt me that I need to inherit in gwt.xml this new-used module.

Shall I turn on something more?

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Ok, so here was the problem.

In our project we use i.e. BigDecimal from gwt-math project. I turned off this inspection, because I thought it was only for the error what is described in the title of the inspection. I decided to not mark it as correct usage using IDEA (I was struggling with this with IDEA 7 and 8), because we're mostly using Eclipse in the team and I don't want to mess them with another unknown annotation.

But wait! Now I see you make everything as a comment. Great! Even for statement!

Idea rulez! You guys rulez!

Only 1 request. Could you make another inspection just for issue I described? The "Classes not from JRE Emulation Library in client code" inspection is misleading and I didn't know it is also for other inspection features.

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These errors should be reported by "Classes not from JRE Emulation Library in client code" inspection. Could you please provide more details about
your project? Are your GWT modules located in the same IDEA module?

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Nikolay Chashnikov
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JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Ok, I've splitted that inspection on two separate inspections.

Ok, so here was the problem.

In our project we use i.e. BigDecimal form gwt-math project. I turned of this inspection, because I thought it was only for the error what is described in the title of the inspection. I decided to not mark it as correct usage using IDEA (I was struggling with this with IDEA 7 and 8), because we're mostly using Eclipse in the team and I don't want to mess them with another unknown annotation.

But wait! Now I see you make everything as a comment. Great! Even for statement!

Idea rulez! You guys rulez!

Only 1 request. Could you make another inspection just for issue I described? The "Classes not from JRE Emulation Library in client code" inspection is misleading and I didn't know it is also for other inspection features.


Guest wrote:

These errors should be reported by "Classes not from JRE Emulation Library in client code" inspection. Could you please provide more details about
your project? Are your GWT modules located in the same IDEA module?



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Nikolay Chashnikov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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