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<!-- Defines the user.agent property and its provider function. -->
<source path="client" />
<public path="public" />
<!-- Browser-sensitive code should use the 'user.agent' property -->
<define-property name="user.agent" values="gecko1_8" />
<extend-property name="user.agent" values="safari" />
<property-provider name="user.agent" generator=""/>
<!-- Set to false to avoid runtime warnings for mismatched runtime and -->
<!-- compile time user.agent values -->
<define-configuration-property name="user.agent.runtimeWarning"
is-multi-valued="false" />
<set-configuration-property name="user.agent.runtimeWarning" value="true"/>
If set to "modern", GWT widgets will sometimes attempt to use new web API's that
aren't yet standardized (such as prefixed API's). The "stable" setting turns this off.
If recompiling and redeploying your GWT app when someone reports a browser bug would be
a problem, you should choose "stable".
<define-property name="webApiUsage" values="stable,modern"/>
<set-property name="webApiUsage" value="modern"/>
<!-- Asserts that the compile time user.agent value matches the runtime -->
<!-- user.agent value if user.agent.runtimeWarning is true -->
<entry-point class="" />
<generate-with class="">
<when-type-is class="" />
<generate-with class="">
<when-type-assignable class="" />
<!-- Deferred binding to optimize Core based on user agent. -->
<inherits name=""/>