How to pass extra parameters to the GWT compiler

Hi all
with the release of the ver 2 of gwt, several compiler switches have been added ,and they are very usefull during development(decrease compile time) and deployment(enable certain optimisations)
so how can i pass these extra switches to the compiler?
Joe

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same question here. I was eagerly waiting for GWT 2.0 and its draftCompile flag but I can't define it in IDEA

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There is no such option in IDEA 9.0. I think we'll add it in the bugfix update.

Hi all
with the release of the ver 2 of gwt, several compiler switches have been added ,and they are very usefull during development(decrease compile time) and deployment(enable certain optimisations)
so how can i pass these extra switches to the compiler?
Joe

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hi dear
thanks, for ur help
another area thar require fine tuning is resource coping,that is i have to stop and restart the gwt server each time i change the css file or the html module file
because there is no option to copy them to the deployment location at runtime
this functionality has been introduced in 9 i think when running a web container
can this be part of the gwt plugin
thanks
Joe

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From what I see this (the gwt recompile needed to transfer the css/js/jsp/html ) is true  but only if your gwt client side source files are dirty to the eyes of intellij.
However you may already have loaded in the browser this dirtyness (what made them dirty) using the oophm/debugMode/devMode.
So to your eyes the gwt client side source files are not dirty.

Anyway what I would really like for the transfer of css/js/jsp/html ( from the source files to the artifact files) is something perfectly real-time.

Even without gwt, it still take a ctrl-f9  + 5 seconds for this transfer.
That is comprehensible since Ctrl-f9 (make-project) is kind of an heavyweight command.

This real-time transfer would make this gwt recompile problem go away and give a very intense sensation of speed.

It would also be another thing that eclipse users dont have but this is their problem.

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