Thank you Vassilis, I didn't know about that option and this definitely
helped me to identify and fix the problem.
I think the crash came from a GWT compiler bug but I found a workaround as
explained below (I'm sharing in case this can help others).
That -style DETAILED compiler option is not as comfortable as the super dev
mode but I could indeed at least recognize my java code within the
crash) which had actually nothing to do with the java caller code! GWT
strangely jumped without explanation into a lambda expression that comes
from another method of the same java class (perhaps with
draftCompile=false, GWT tries to make some piece of code factorization
including lambda expressions?). Anyway this lambda expression was
places in the JS code whereas it is actually used only once in my java
code, and that second place was in the caller code which was a complete
compilation mistake. Hopefully when I rewrote my lamda expression using the
old java 7 style in my java source code, GWT stopped doing that compilation
mistake, so my app crash is now fixed :-)
Thanks for you help
Le lundi 5 mars 2018 22:03:36 UTC+1, Vassilis Virvilis a écrit :
> I would try to compile with -style DETAILED
> The generated js maps pretty well to the java code.
> On Mon, Mar 5, 2018 at 5:52 PM, Bruno Salmon <dev.s...@gmail.com
>> I have a GWT application that runs ok when draftCompile=false but crashes
>> when turning draftCompile to true (which is the case in production).
>> How can I fix that? Can it be related to something wrong in my java code
>> The browser reports an exception (a classical property access problem on
>> an undefined object) and I have the exact JS line where this happens, but
>> it's not helpful if I can't match this line with my java code.
>> The problem is that when I run the app in super dev mode to get the
>> source maps, the crash doesn't occur anymore... Is it because the code
>> server automatically make a draft compile ? Can we avoid that to get the
>> same result as the production environment?
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