GWT non-hosted mode

Hi everyone,

Sorry for such a basic question, but how can I export a GWT project as .js and .html files instead of the default hosted mode?

Many thanks.

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One possibility is to add a web facet to the module and build the
project into a war file or an exploded directory just like any other web
application.

Vaclav


AxiomShell wrote:

Hi everyone,

Sorry for such a basic question, but how can I export a GWT project as .js and .html files instead of the default hosted mode?

Many thanks.


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Hi Vaclav,

Thanks for the reply.
I found the compiled files (they're on IDEA's system path).
I think that for now, I'll just make an Ant FTP task to upload them.
Is there any way of changing the default export directory?

Many thanks.

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I don't know of a good way to change the export folder for gwt projects,
I'm afraid. I think, the exploded folder would be a more flexible
option, as you would get the generated files under your project root.
Is there anything that prevents you from doing so?

Vaclav


AxiomShell wrote:

Hi Vaclav,

Thanks for the reply.
I found the compiled files (they're on IDEA's system path).
I think that for now, I'll just make an Ant FTP task to upload them.
Is there any way of changing the default export directory?

Many thanks.

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For some reason, the exploded directory was not showing....
I'll have to check it out, thanks for tips.

IDEA 7 is the first version I've used, and I'm amazed!
It's a great piece of software :)

Cheers,
Rui

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I'm glad you like IDEA.
You can specify the location for the exploded folder in the web facet
configuration, as shown in the attached picture.

Vaclav


AxiomShell wrote:

For some reason, the exploded directory was not showing....
I'll have to check it out, thanks for tips.

IDEA 7 is the first version I've used, and I'm amazed!
It's a great piece of software :)

Cheers,
Rui




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Thanks a lot Vaclav.

Everything is fine and dandy now.

Cheers.

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