cbpusa wrote:I went and built a gwt project and then simply wanted to build the deployment war but the deploy option doesn't show in the drop down. What am I missing?
cbpusa wrote:Anyway, next I thought I'd create a gwt/web project and then add a module and deploy that - however, in doing this, I found that the gwt builder wasn't added to the project and neither was the gwt jar (yes, I downloaded gwt, installed and configured everything correctly and I threw together a screen to play with). So, if I'm creating a gwt/web project, how am I then supposed to correctly add a gwt module that gets built by the gwt builder correctly?
cbpusa wrote:Then, skipping the fact that I couldn't deploy my gwt module, I decided to add in gwtext - however, when upon build, it found none of the sources - that made sense because I only added the jar to the list of referenced jars and, no doubt, the gwt compiler can't find the source (source missing is the error I get anyway). So, when adding 3d party gwt relevant jars like gwtext, how am I supposed to add them beyond being a referenced jar?
cbpusa wrote:I'm just not used to an IDE that limits one in this way.
cbpusa wrote:I read the doc and it said *should* not *must* - having been a programmer for 31 years, I tend to take should and read that as "but you can if you really want to" - you might want to change the wording a bit there.
cbpusa wrote:So, the only question I still had was where I could go and add a -X flag to up the memory for the GWT compler - normally, if doing it by hand this would be in the java command line to run the compiler - since this is being invoked from Instantiation's builder and since the edit button is grayed out, I'm assuming this capability is elsewhere?
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