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If I replace the .class file in gwt compiled war folder. Will it work?


If I replace the .class file in gwt compiled war folder. Will it work?

By : Matthew Goodman
Date : November 18 2020, 03:49 PM
wish help you to fix your issue When the GWT application is compiles, the GWT cross-compiler translates the Java application to standalone JavaScript files that are optionally obfuscated and deeply optimized.
There are two types of classes in GWT application: Serverside and Clientside.
code :


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JavaCompiler - set the compiled class output folder

JavaCompiler - set the compiled class output folder


By : c.savuran
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Need to pass your compiler options in compiler.getTask. The option is -d
Can I replace a class file in compiled Java project?

Can I replace a class file in compiled Java project?


By : AMARKANT SINGH
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue The answer to your question is yes, you can replace a class file, but it is somewhat complicated in that you have to be sure that no other dependencies have changed.
For example, if the class you are compiling involved changing method signatures of methods that are used in other classes, you will need to replace those as well. As long as the method signatures of public, protected, or default methods aren't changed, you should be okay.
code :
public MyObject getObject(MyObject2 mySecondObject)
public MyObject getObject(int a, int b, int c)
Can't run program after putting the compiled file to the folder

Can't run program after putting the compiled file to the folder


By : anthony paul
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , In my Makefile I'm trying to specify, that I want to save the compiled executable file to /dvoram64/ folder. Before, when I tried to save it diretly to / everything worked all right, but now I get this message after calling make run: , You have several problems. First:
code :
RUN=./dvoram64/main

$(RUN): $(Objects)
    $(CC) $(CCFLAGS) $(Objects) -o $(RUN) $(LBFLAGS)

dvoram64/main: src/main.cpp
    mkdir -p dvoram64
    $(CC) $(CCFLAGS) -c src/main.cpp -o dvoram64/main
Objects=dvoram64/main

RUN=./dvoram64/main

$(RUN): $(Objects)
    ...
RUN=./dvoram64/main

run: $(RUN)
    $(RUN)

dvoram64/main: src/main.cpp
    mkdir -p dvoram64
    $(CC) $(CCFLAGS) -c src/main.cpp -o dvoram64/main
Replace file inside layout folder and java folder (android studio)

Replace file inside layout folder and java folder (android studio)


By : Shaquille O'Neal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue The stacktrace is eloquent: '/src/main/assets/activity_home.xml' does not exist. The file is not found, thus the treatments on it will throw an exception.
You can check the current directory of your application using System.getProperty("user.dir");. But unless you changed it with some specific methods, the directory should be the root directory of your application.
javac not finding another compiled class in current folder

javac not finding another compiled class in current folder


By : 7amza
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help I see that you are importing the Alert class wrongly. Your package is financialManager, so you should use it in the import line like this:
code :
import financialManager.Alert;
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