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Where is the shell and compile Script in GWT 2.0.x?

 
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i was trying to integrate Struts 2 with GWT, i am using the following tutorial for integration by Musachy Barroso and Philip Luppens.

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=34036

here in this article, the author has asked to perform certain changes in the <appname>-compile.cmd and <appname>-shell.cmd. but i cant find the two scripts when i created the project using the eclipse plugin. i cant find the scripts in the project explorer window in the eclipse.

although when i created the gwt-windows-1.3.1 project using its application creator and imported the project in the eclipse i could see the script files in the project explorer window in eclipse. how do i find the scripts in order to make relevant changes.

another thing is taht the above article has been written in early 2008 and i am using the latest version of gwt i dont know which version was running at that time.

please guide me.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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