I'm new to GWT, and only a little bit more experienced with jbpm3. I'm now trying to take a look at jbpm4 and the accompanying GWT-console. Trying to get everything set up as an eclipse project is proving to be more difficult that i would have thought. Eclipse with the GWT plugin provided a good start to run through the GWT tutorial project (http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/tutorials/1.6/gettingstarted.html) and get an initial handle on things. Trying to move on to the jbpm4 GWT-console hasn't been as easy.
At this point, my goal is basically to add a simple new editor (which i think is the correct terminology) to the console. I have the console running, so i have a general idea of what it is capable of. However, what advice does anyone have for getting a basic development environment set up in eclipse?
Most of what you need is in the maven build already. It should check out the GWT SDK and install it locally. See the README.txt. As for the eclipse IDE: Did you try the 'mvn eclipse:eclipse' setup?