Sorry for the delay in response (happy hours). So, here's what happened (I
am running Eclipse Mars 4.5.2 (R2) with Google Plugin for Eclipse already
installed (Windows 7)):
I installed GWT Eclipse Plugin 3.0.0 from Eclipse market place, and as you
had suggested, on the second page, I chose the second radio to uninstall
Google Plugin for Eclipse. Moreover I had GWT 2.8 unchecked (I won't be
I did not run into any issue with the installation itself, however, when I
attempted to run, debug, or compile my existing "HelloWorld" GWT
application, it wasn't even recognizing it as a GWT project!
First, I had to reset the GWT library in the build config as it somehow had
messed it up.
Second, I went to my existing GWT project's Properties -> Project Facets
and select GWT option as it somehow had been removed.
Afterward, I was able to run and debug as normal.
On Monday, October 17, 2016 at 11:28:02 PM UTC-4, Brandon Donnelson wrote:
> Good question. The goal is to uninstall GPE or GPE-Fork. I put in a
> conflict so it will ask you to uninstall it. I recommend using Java EE Neon
> and starting with a clean install. I haven't tested enough of the
> uninstalling. In theory it should work fine. I did find some hiccups along
> the way, but I hadn't finished fixing bugs either, and did that along the
> way. If you're game, I'd be interested in hearing if you can just install
> the new plugin with GWT Eclipse Version 3, and have the GPE uninstalled
> along the way. When it asks you to instal the plugin, be sure to check the
> second radio, uninstalling GPE. You'll see what I mean if you go that
> Hope that helps,
>> Thanks. I just watched your video on YouTube. Excellent job for newbies
>> like me.
>> Quick question. As a starter, I have Google Plugin for Eclipse installed.
>> Do I have to uninstall it before installing GWT Eclipse Plugin V3?
>> On Monday, October 17, 2016 at 1:40:43 PM UTC-4, Brandon Donnelson wrote:
>>> SDBG is the way to go for debugging, like they said.
>>> Keep in mind if the Chrome dev tools are open it will take over the
>>> breakpoints, and they are stated in Chrome dev tools. If Chrome dev tools
>>> debugger shortcut, then Eclipse is in charge of the break points, console
>>> output and trace inspection.
>>> I'll create a video and guide here shortly. And talk about it at GWT
>>> Con. https://github.com/gwt-plugins/gwt-eclipse-plugin/projects/2
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