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Any way to tell GWT not to translate a method in a class ?

 
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My client is using a class which has member variables that I need , but also there are some other methods that I don't need to use. But GWT complains as those methods uses other dependency classes , and it asks me to provide source for those dependency classes as well.

So I am wondering if there is a way to tell GWT to translate a class but don't translate some of its methods. Something similar to @Transient in hibernate.

 
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I don't think thats possible.
Why not just move these methods to some other class, or provide the source code.
 
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