To build gwt-user and gwt-dev, you'll want to run 'ant dist-dev'. If you're using GPE, you can simply configure your ant built jars as one of your SDK choices from GPE's preferences, and then be sure to set your project to use that SDK. The above should be the bare bones you need to get rolling.
It ended up I was stupid and didn't add my SVN install to my path. I thought the build had succeeded, but it failed part way through. Thanks for the tips though! The 'ant dist-dev' seems to run a lot faster than just 'ant', so that will save me a lot of time when I'm testing my changes. --Andrew
Hi, I am an ant committer. I was worried that you might have found an issue with ant 1.8.0. I have just built gwt from source on a mac using ant 1.8.0. There were no errors. This issue might have been fixed between ant 1.8.0RC1 and ant 1.8.0. Regards, Antoine -- You received this message
Karan, I ran into the same problems you mentioned above when using Ant 1.8.0 RC1. Try Ant 1.7.1 (http://archive.apache.org/dist/ant/binaries/) Switching to Ant 1.7.1 cleared up my build problems. On Jan 31, 8:11 pm, Karan Bhatnagar karan.bhatna...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, I am an ant newbie. I am