Getting to know the gwt xml file better

July 5, 2011 at 3:36 pm Leave a comment

From the DevGuideOrganizingProjects : “the individual units of GWT configuration are called modules and are defined as XML files with a file extension of .gwt.xml”

From gwt style configuration reference guide:  “the source path is a relative path name used to override the default location of the client-side Java source destined to be compiled into JavaScript. The source path you specify is appended to the path where the module configuration file resides, and you may specify multiple source paths.”

Deferred Binding is a technique used by the GWT compiler to create and select a specific implementation of a class based on a set of parameters. For example, special  processing based on the user-agent  with ConditionalProperties .

More info can be found in the GWT Wiki: [DeferredBindings For JRE]

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