I somehow destroyed my Eclipse setup for GWT applicaiton debugging - could some kind soul please help me to get going again?
Before I had set up my GWT project using a local Tomcat server such that I was able to run and debug it using:
First starting the CodeServer (via right-click on the GWT project --> "Run As" --> "GWT Development Mode") on localhost:9876.
Second: starting Tomcat (via right-click on the GWT project --> "Run As" --> "Run on Server") on localhost:8080
This had worked out-of-the-box and created and started up the application in development mode where it fetches the <app>.nocache.js code from the code server, but directs all HTML, CSS and especially also all RPC-requests to Tomcat's application port. With that I had been able to start, breakpoint and debug my GWT application (though the server side code only).
Trying to get this setup to also provide the sourcemaps and allow me to debug also client side code using Chrome and the SDBG plugin I somehow destroyed that working setup and I haven't understood, yet, why this is not working anymore:
That of course doesn't work (that file needs to be fetched from the code-server's port!) and so my GWT applications (or rather its welcome page) just hangs and nothing happens.
I have no clue what I did or destroyed or disabled so that this doesn't work anymore.
What do I need to do to convince Eclipse to build the development version again like it used to?