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1  PureMVC Manifold / MultiCore Version / Re: testing the framework on: February 17, 2010, 03:18:53

I have now recreated a project from scratch, and it works as expected.
I probably have some settings hidden in eclipse or some path issues lurking around.

Thanks for your help.

2  PureMVC Manifold / MultiCore Version / Re: testing the framework on: February 15, 2010, 12:26:19
Anthony, thanks for tip, but I am afraid it doesn't change anything.

I am still having the same problem. I have tried most combinations. I am obviously missing something.  any other ideas?

3  PureMVC Manifold / MultiCore Version / testing the framework on: February 15, 2010, 10:18:05

I am new to puremvc and gwt (coming from java/cairngorm/flex) so forgive me if the question is a bit silly or if I am doing something really dumb.

I am having issues with the folder structure.
 I cannot get the EmployeeAdmin test to work in any other folder rather then the org.puremvc.java.multicore folder.

If I even slightly change the path (for instance to org.puremvc.java2.multicore), it stops working and gwt 2.02 comes back with the following message:

Compiling module org.puremvc.Demo_Java_MultiCore_GWT_EmployeeAdmin
   Finding entry point classes
      [ERROR] Unable to find type 'org.puremvc.java2.multicore.employeeadmin.EmployeeAdmin'
         [ERROR] Hint: Previous compiler errors may have made this type unavailable

I have a few small gwt modules that interact in a very large spring EE application, and I need (if possible) to keep things organized under my company standard folder structure.

I have tried to use the <source path='java2.multicore' > gwt module modified, but to no avail.

Am I missing something very obvious?
I use Eclipse ganimede to refactor (move) things around, and, just to clarify, the gwt module file does indeed point to the right module as shown below
  <!-- Inherit PureMVC -->
  <inherits name="org.puremvc.PureMVC_Java_MultiCore" />
  <!-- Specify the app entry point class.                         -->
  <entry-point class="org.puremvc.java2.multicore.employeeadmin.EmployeeAdmin" />
    <!-- Specify the paths for translatable code                    -->
  <!-- source path='java.multicore'/--> 

Thank you in advance  for any help
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