Yes, commenters are correct. As question author found out based on comments, the problem was with incompatible Xerces library that was pulled by excel-streaming-reader. You can find additional details e. Can’t compile GWT app using 2. Asked 3 years, 2 months ago.
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Maven Repository – POM file for GWT gwt-maven-plugin 2.4.0 2.4.0
Sign up using Facebook. Unexpected error during visit. I did create the registry path to get rid of warning for myself, but the error is InternalCompilerExceptionwhich is unrelated. It has a dependency on xercesImpl 2. I agree with SriHarshaChilakapati – I have always had that warning but it never seems to be an issue.
I declared an gwt-msven-plugin dependency to 2. Post as a guest Name.
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Can you update with the version of xerces that is on the classpath in each case? To resolve similar issues, passing -X to Maven to examine all libraries used during compilation and turning on logging via logLevel property in maven-compiler-plugin helps to narrow down the problems like this. Pass -X to Maven and check the classpath in the log. Asked 3 years, 2 months ago.
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Maven Repository – POM file for GWT gwt-maven-plugin
I can confirm I receive that warning too, but it works in my case. Alex Pakka Alex Pakka 7, 2 2 gold badges 34 34 silver badges 61 61 bronze badges. Can’t compile GWT app using 2. I dunno what might be wrong though. I am struggling to get my app to compile using GWT 2.
I have notified the owner of the problem.
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Based on the java. As question author found out based on comments, the problem was with incompatible Xerces library that gwt-mavwn-plugin pulled by excel-streaming-reader.
Yes, commenters are correct. Any advice on how to investigate further or what could be causing it would be appreciated.