A while back -bindAddress was changed in GWT 2.8 to use the actual 
IP address instead of a local hostname to work better when operating in an 
environment where the local hostname isn't recognized by the client 
(specifically, things like windows tablets don't seem to recognize the mac 
myhost.local syntax). This seems like a logical extension of that 
functionality to cover even more scenarios and sounds good to me.

On Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 10:17:42 AM UTC-7, Brandon Donnelson 
> What would you think of adding a bindAddress replacement to the 
> template.nocache.js file. __bindAddress__ instead of 
> $window.location.hostname?
> Example Source - Used for testing Hack
> https://github.com/gwt-plugins/codeserver/blob/master/codeserver/src/main/java/com/google/gwt/dev/codeserver/LauncherDir.java#L127
> Reason
> Running code server on a local private ip and deploying the web app on a 
> different ip, this simplifies the setup. 
> Thoughts? 
> Thanks,
> Brandon

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