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I've made two GWT projects in Eclipse (using the Google plugin); project_a and project_b. The project_a contains a Composite (composite_a) I would like to use in project_b. When I add the project_b in the "Java Build Path" --> "Projects" I would expect to be able to use composite_a from project_b, however I get the attached message.
What am I missing here ?
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From your description, it sounds lie you are missing some GWT basics.
GWT needs more than just a classpath entry to make a class in one project available to another.
I would suggest starting with the GWT Organize Projects
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