If you haven't already starred the issue, please star it. http://code.google.com/p/google-web-toolkit/issues/detail?id=6813 They have begun working on it too. I agree Firefox is faster as of now.
Latest ChromeDev (17.0.942.0 dev-m) is unbearably slow. I've given up on Chrome now. Only Firefox is any good on Windows.
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You're comfortable with installing FF locally? When installed as root,
but run as non-root, it will not automatically update the existing version.
FF can be configured to not check automatically for updates.
The GWT plugin can be installed on a non-root basis.
If the above doesn't float your boat, consider using
to manage two versions: latest and a lagging development version.
> GWT, besides being AWESOME, is a free product so I don't have a leg to
> stand on to complain to Google. But I do humbly request they get Chrome
> up to firefox speed in gwt dev mode. Pretty please.
There are some technical issues w/r/t to Chrome speed matching FF. There
are several threads in this group discussing the issue. The gist is that
the Chrome devs have to implement some features.
> It is ironic that the gwt plugin for chrome, both Google products, is
> the slowest combination.
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