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    GAE file limitation (any solution?)


    I am using GXT with GWT 1.6.4 and GAE 1.2.0

    When I copy the GXT Resources directory to GWT 1.6.4 WAR structure and deploy the application, GAE dos not accept that, because the file limitation exceed 1000 files.

    any solution for this problem?

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    You could remove the themes you dont want to use (slate and gray)

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    Thanx sven

    The only theme i use slate.

    If we create JAR file for the resources only is there any way to deploy it and use it?

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    Calculated Twice


    The problem is because static and resources are being calculated twice if you do not explicitly set them in the appengine-web.xml. I had the same problem and fixed it for now by specifying the following

    HTML Code:
      <static-files>
            <include path="/**.png" />
            <include path="/**.jpg" />
            <include path="/**.gif" />
            <include path="/**.css" />
            <include path="/**.js" />
            <include path="/**.html" />
        </static-files>

    I know I need to take the time to separate out the static files and possibly even move them off this server but to get you working this may work