How to exclude JUnit test files to be converted to javascript inside /src/test/java/ folder when the Project is using Maven.

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BM

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Aug 31, 2011, 2:46:44 PM8/31/11
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/src/test/java/ and /src/main/java/ folders are created by maven when
you mavenised the GWT project. I also have <source path="client"/>
statement in my gwt module XML file.

I have package name as com.mycompany.project.client.activity inside /
src/test/java/ folder which has files to test my activity classes.

I get source code not found error when the module is loaded in running
an app Development mode.

I am thinking since I have "client" name as a package in my test
folder GWT is shouting.

Why would GWT should even try to convert my JUnit test files into
javascript? And what is the solution to fix this?




Jason Pack

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Aug 31, 2011, 5:35:39 PM8/31/11
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In your gwt.xml file, you can use <include> or <exclude> tags under your <source> paths. Like so:

<source path='client' />
<source path='service' />
<source path='dto'>
<exclude name='**/*Test.java' />
<exclude name='**/Mock*.java' />
</source>

Andrew Hughes

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Maven should not even allow you project to compile if that is the case. Dev mode might still run. Try mvn install .

If that fails you prob have an import/reference to a test in you main src code.

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