Well, a while back I posted about a nice GWT plug-in called Googlipse. I liked it so much that I started enhancing it. So I created a local playground in my SVN repository and build a few things around it.
Unfortunately, the code changed too much. It’s no longer suitable for a patch. I created a complete new code base that still uses some parts of Googlipse but a lot stuff was rewritten. I decided to make a public release available to gather some feedback. Please feel free to post your comments here or drop me a few lines in a mail. 🙂
You can grab it from my update site here and watch an introduction screencast here. The source code is available here. Bugs and feature requests can be reported on the project website at Google Code. I’ve also created a mailing list for discussions.
I’ve uploaded a new build. For a list of fixed issues you might want to try this query. Unfortunately the query is incorrect because Google seems to have problems when the milestone label contains numbers (i.e., searching for
label:1.1BETA2 doesn’t work).
I’ve uploaded beta 3. For a list of fixed issues you might want to try this query.
Comments are now closed. Please report bugs and feature requests on the bug tracker or discuss the plug-in in the GWT group at Google Groups.
This is the last update to this blog posting. From now on I’ll post all updates to the change log hosted here. 🙂
24 thoughts on “Yet another GWT Plug-in”
This looks very nice. It would be nice to have a place to give suggestions, make contributions and most importantly file bugs. 😉
I am seeing some ClassCastExceptions for example (I suspect it is because I added google tooling support to a Java Project instead of a Dynamic Web Project).
Good idea. I created an issue tracker here.
Nice tool, thanks.
I have tried the eclipse update at http://eclipseguru.org/ without success: the tool gets downloaded, checked, installed and everything but then if I go to window – preference I can’t find any plugin configuration page.
I’ve installed it several times on eclipse 3.1 and 3.2 and on bea wkshop
maybe that page just isn’t there 🙂
You need at least Eclipse 3.2 (Callisto) with Webtools (Eclipse WTP) plus Java 5. Please check your log files and the Eclipse Update manager if the feature is probably disabled.
Everything is fine now, I was using 1.4 for a mistaken configuration.
Thank you for your help
I am currently testing the plugin with jetty5 and jetty eclipse plugin:
which is the only way to integrate jetty in eclipse because – apparently – jetty cannot be added to the eclipse supported server list for some reason.
So I create Dynamic web app, add GWT features to the project and create a gwt client module. When I “Compile and Publish”, it stops with an error saying it cannot create dir bin.gwt
!ENTRY org.eclipseguru.gwt.core 4 75 2006-09-09 00:49:56.187
!MESSAGE An error occurred during publishing of project F2B.
!SUBENTRY 1 org.eclipse.jdt.launching 4 108 2006-09-09 00:49:56.203
!MESSAGE Specified working directory does not exist or is not a directory: C:\home\F2B\bin.gwt
After I create the dir manually everything is fine…
The main problem though is that it doesn’t create any file under “Webcontent” -> I cannot find a way to invoke the module when jetty is running…
You should open an issue about the error message with the missing directory and include the full stack trace.
However, the Jetty launcher is not supported at the moment and I don’t think it will because that would be too customized. I also don’t think that’s impossible to integrate Jetty properly with WTP.
I’m trying to use the plugin, and it’s working with no problems while a didnt try to make a RPC. When I make it, occurs an error that looks like to be a configuration error but i dont know where else to look. Here is the error:
[ERROR] Unable to instantiate ‘prototipo.service.PrototipoServiceImpl’
It looks like a configuration error. I’m using GWT 1.1.10
Mhm. That looks like a classpath issue. I fixed one in some time ago but I don’t know if it’s already released. Please check you classpath setup.
I have the same classpath problem. Can you tell me exactly what to do? I can’t understand which classpath setup do I have to check.
Hi, I am trying to install your plugin, so I got the .jar file and I’ve put it in the eclipse plugin folder, but It doesn’t shows up in the window->preferences.
I have eclipse with WTP and Java 5. I also have Googlipse plugin currently installed.
What am I doing wrong?
Please install it via the update manager. It’s not only one jar to copy into the plug-ins folder.
I went through the update site and installed the plugin. But, Window->Preference does not show the plugin options. Any ideas?
I do not have any plugins installed, this is a fresh Eclipse install.
Here’s the (possible) kicker… I’m on OSX. 🙂
Have a look at bug 13. I’m downloading Ubuntu now to see what’s going on. Looks like it’s a platform specific issue.
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