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Inheriting Modules with GWT - Source Code Not Found

 
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I am trying to figure out why GWT keeps telling me why it can't find the source code for my auxiliary module.

My current project breakdown is this:

Module 1 (Primary) has the Entry-Point.
Module 2 (Auxiliary) has no Entry-Point and I'm using only its custom ContentPanel classes.

Module 1 (Primary)


Module 2 (Auxiliary)


In the code sections of Module 1, I make a call of one of the custom classes to Module 2, but it breaks in the program with the "Source Code Not Found - Are You Sure You Inherited?" message.

I've been scratching my head on why it's saying this - when I clearly was inheriting Module 2's XML.

In fact, if I did included a Entry Point into Module 2, I can run Module 2 as its own standalone GWT application with no problems whatsoever...

So what exactly is going on?
 
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