I'm trying to add the [gwt-debugpanel] into my project. I'm using IntelliJ 8.1, and I've setup a stripped-down, bare-bones project for testing. The source tree looks like this:
1. All of the classes and files under the 'dummy' package were AutoGenerated by IntelliJ's "New -> GWT Module" wizard.
2. The classes & files under the 'debug' package were basically just copied over from the gwt-debugpanel's example project.
3. I've added the necessary script & reference to the nocache.js in the DummyApp.html
Now, when I go to run the project in IntelliJ, the hosted shell gives me an error message:
> [TRACE] The development shell servlet received a request for 'com.gindin.debug.DebugPanel.nocache.js' in module 'com.gindin.dummy.DummyApp.gwt.xml'
> [WARN] Resource not found: com.gindin.debug.DebugPanel.nocache.js; (could a file be missing from the public path or a <servlet> tag misconfigured in module com.gindin.dummy.DummyApp.gwt.xml ?)
When I look at IntelliJ's module settings, the GWT facet shows both modules and their "Output Relative Paths".
How do I get IntelliJ to do whatever it needs to do? Is there something I'm missing where I point IntelliJ at the 2nd module's entry point?