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Classpath entry VAADIN_DOWNLOAD/gwt-dependencies/2.3.0/. A warning message

1 decade ago Jul 07, 2012 11:50am
Tobias Demuth
1 decade ago Jul 07, 2012 12:21pm

As GWT is a pure compile-time-dependency (and this is also only true if you are developing your own widgets), it is safe to ignore this warning. A complete deactivation of this warning in Eclipse is on the other hand not recommendable, as you might overlook something important if you do (I never had problems with ClassNotFoundException due to an unexported classpath-entry, but who knows what there is still to come ;)).

If you do not develop own widgets, you could remove those JARs from the classpath entirely and therefore get rid of these warnings. Or you follow my advice and just ignore them.