Still not working for me.

  <inherits name="" />
  <collapse-all-properties />
  <set-property name="user.agent" value="safari"/>
  <add-linker name="sso" />

[ERROR] The module must not have multiple fragments when using the Single 
Script Linker.

Probably the problem is that I have many languages (i18n) in my app.
Any other ideas?

On Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 11:08:13 PM UTC-8, Kirill Prazdnikov 
> Please try single permutation
>   <set-property name="user.agent" value="safari"/>
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 1:50 AM, Slava Pankov < 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>> SSO is not working for my project, I cannot successfully compile with it.
>> Put the following to my gwt.xml, but no luck:
>> <inherits name="" />
>> <collapse-all-properties />
>> <add-linker name="sso" />
>> On Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 6:44:37 AM UTC-8, Kirill Prazdnikov 
>> wrote:
>>> Do you use SSO ? SSO script is smaller then no SSO. Did you run CC on it 
>>> ?
>>> 29 нояб. 2016 г. 17:29 пользователь "Etienne Basso" <> 
>>> написал:
>>> Hi Ignacio,
>>>> This is not only about loading time over the network, but also about 
>>>> script parsing by the web browser. 
>>>> In 98% of the case this is not an issue, but I have a very specific use 
>>>> case were the code is directly embedded on a special device which doesn't 
>>>> even have a real CPU but an ASIC emulating one. This device is really 
>>>> really not powerful and GWT is the only framework providing decent speed.  
>>>> I noticed significant differences in the script parsing delay as js 
>>>> sources 
>>>> are getting bigger.
>>>> In my case 100KB are a huge deal.
>>>> Le samedi 26 novembre 2016 09:56:27 UTC+1, Ignacio Baca Moreno-Torres a 
>>>> écrit :
>>>>> But IMO if you really care user experience you have other places to 
>>>>> improve your page. I thinks updating to the last version is always a good 
>>>>> idea, if any security or compatibility blocker problem is detected in 
>>>>> your 
>>>>> version you will need to update, and having a old version won't help. 
>>>>> Also 
>>>>> this helps move forward the community and the lib (GWT), because everyone 
>>>>> focused in the last version, also focus the issues and improvements in 
>>>>> that 
>>>>> version.
>>>>> The small step back eliminating the closure compiler just increase a 
>>>>> bit the code size of your app. But 100k?! did you see the trends and the 
>>>>> average code size of webs? 
>>>>> you should note that even uses 500k in 13request to load, 
>>>>> and it's ""just"" a text inbox in the center of your window (
>>>>> I might be wrong, but probably trying to embed the app.nocache.js in 
>>>>> your index.html will gain some milliseconds, probably just that dummy 
>>>>> change will get more ms than the cache-ables 100k you have lose without 
>>>>> the 
>>>>> closure pass. If your app is quite big, various MBs, you should take care 
>>>>> than the first split point load a minimum as possible to show something 
>>>>> to 
>>>>> the user. But, in your case, less than a 1M, I think that using split 
>>>>> point 
>>>>> is not a good idea. Your code will get cached, and most of static apps 
>>>>> already has more than 500k of JS, so your single page app having a 
>>>>> 500k-1M 
>>>>> of JS is pretty reasonable.
>>>>> You can go forward and apply the progressive web concepts (
>>>>> Pretty sure you get there without the closure compiler ;). Service 
>>>>> workers 
>>>>> will allow maximum control to preload other split point or resources, and 
>>>>> to absolutely control how your app caches, so you can use previous 
>>>>> version, 
>>>>> load the next one and in the next page reload the new app version will be 
>>>>> used. This is not easy at all, but... some time we focus on the 
>>>>> optimization we have no control of (like the closure pass) and we don't 
>>>>> apply other we have control of, but that requires our effort.
>>>>> So, 😀 update to GWT 2.8! it's awesome!, try other solutions to 
>>>>> improve page loads and share how you do it!
>>>>> On Friday, November 25, 2016 at 10:39:44 PM UTC+1, Slava Pankov wrote:
>>>>>> @Jens
>>>>>> I've tried WITHOUT any success to use closure compiler externally 
>>>>>> with GWT 2.8
>>>>>> See my question here: 
>>>>>> Still want to find out exact steps to get it working :-(
>>>>>> On Friday, November 25, 2016 at 2:43:11 AM UTC-8, Kirill Prazdnikov 
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>> Hi Jens, 
>>>>>>> What if we have SSO linker ? 
>>>>>>> Then no hacks is needed, right ?
>>>>>>> Then just run the Google Closure Compiler on the output.
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