Can't get GWT compile to work under 5368

Hi. I've been using the GWT support in 5350 with great success.

Upon installing 5368 I can not get the GWT build process to run.
It just does a 'normal' java compile type build, but does not compile
my files into javascript. (i.e., no "www" directory is created)

Even starting with a fresh project and selecting the menu to create
a "GWT Sample application" does not result in a project that lets
me run the GWT build process.

I've gone back to 5350 for now, but would like to move to 5368 if
a solution could be found to this problem.

Has anyone else seen this, or found a workaround?

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Hello Nathaniel,

Hi. I've been using the GWT support in 5350 with great success.

Upon installing 5368 I can not get the GWT build process to run.
It just does a 'normal' java compile type build, but does not compile
my files into javascript. (i.e., no "www" directory is created)
Even starting with a fresh project and selecting the menu to create a
"GWT Sample application" does not result in a project that lets me run
the GWT build process.

I've gone back to 5350 for now, but would like to move to 5368 if a
solution could be found to this problem.

Has anyone else seen this, or found a workaround?


"www" directory is located in ${idea.system.path}/gwt/compile now.


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Nik!

I am not sure that it is a good idea before we develop full support for
WebModule. How can folks build application for non-hosted mode?

Alex

Nikolay Chashnikov (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello Nathaniel,

>> Hi. I've been using the GWT support in 5350 with great success.
>>
>> Upon installing 5368 I can not get the GWT build process to run.
>> It just does a 'normal' java compile type build, but does not compile
>> my files into javascript. (i.e., no "www" directory is created)
>> Even starting with a fresh project and selecting the menu to create a
>> "GWT Sample application" does not result in a project that lets me run
>> the GWT build process.
>>
>> I've gone back to 5350 for now, but would like to move to 5368 if a
>> solution could be found to this problem.
>>
>> Has anyone else seen this, or found a workaround?
>>


"www" directory is located in ${idea.system.path}/gwt/compile now.

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Hello Alex Tkachman(JetBrains),

I think that support for WebModule (at least copying generated files to exploded
directory) will be available in next EAP.

Nik!

I am not sure that it is a good idea before we develop full support
for WebModule. How can folks build application for non-hosted mode?

Alex

Nikolay Chashnikov (JetBrains) wrote:

>> Hello Nathaniel,
>>
>>> Hi. I've been using the GWT support in 5350 with great success.
>>>
>>> Upon installing 5368 I can not get the GWT build process to run.
>>> It just does a 'normal' java compile type build, but does not
>>> compile
>>> my files into javascript. (i.e., no "www" directory is created)
>>> Even starting with a fresh project and selecting the menu to create
>>> a
>>> "GWT Sample application" does not result in a project that lets me
>>> run
>>> the GWT build process.
>>> I've gone back to 5350 for now, but would like to move to 5368 if a
>>> solution could be found to this problem.
>>>
>>> Has anyone else seen this, or found a workaround?
>>>
>> "www" directory is located in ${idea.system.path}/gwt/compile now.
>>


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Ok, I see the www directory that you refer to, however even here the set of generated files is not fully functional. In particular there are supposed to be 4 large .html files which contain the generated .js code for each of the 4 supported browsers. These files are missing.

I am still unable to generate a deployable set of GWT files under 5368.

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Hello Nathaniel,

Ok, I see the www directory that you refer to, however even here the
set of generated files is not fully functional. In particular there
are supposed to be 4 large .html files which contain the generated .js
code for each of the 4 supported browsers. These files are missing.

I am still unable to generate a deployable set of GWT files under
5368.


I think these files was not generated because GWT compiler hadn't terminated
successfully. Please run GWT compiler by hand and post here its output.


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