• gwt:compile no longer include compile source roots in the classpath (they've been copied through gwt:import-sources and resources:resources anyway)
• gwt:devmode and gwt:codeserver's projects and modules discovery (when no value has been specified) has been relaxed so it works better for standalone apps
• gwt:test's devMode has been removed, as its default value will be switched in GWT 2.8 and it'll be deprecated
Very interesting, but wow brute force is so much faster!
BenchmarkBruteForce-8 500000 2556 ns/op
BenchmarkDLX-8 20000 96277 ns/op
BenchmarkOptDLX-8 20000 75338 ns/op
(this is on one single Sudoku grid, so results may differ with different grids; that grid is particularly well-suite for brute-force but I tried a few others and results are the same order of magnitude)
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Starting January 12, 2016 (that is, in exactly 1½ month), Microsoft will end support for all versions of Internet Explorer older than 11.
Of course that doesn't mean we, as web devs, can stop worrying about those older IE versions, but at least we can (probably) charge our clients extra money if they insist they want support to be "on par" with other browsers, and/or possibly even only want us to test in these older versions.
All fixes are related to gwt:codeserver and gwt:devmode:
• document differences between gwt:compile and gwt:codeserver (and gwt:devmode) wrt handling of sources and dependencies
• make the dependency scope for classpath configurable
• correctly picks up generated sources for reactor projects' dependencies
• gwt:devmode would fail if failOnError was configured globally for the plugin, as that argument doesn't exist in DevMode (only CodeServer).
This is expected to be the last RC before GA (no ETA though).
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