Deploying GWT app to tomcat in eclipse

I want to use tomcat server in development mode with GWT. When I use embedded Jetty it deploys application to the current directory(where my war folder is located). So it generates all the files there. How can I configure eclipse to use tomcat server and all the deployment stuff to be copied to tomcat webapps directory. I have tried to use -noserver option in Run conigurations, but it doesn't copy any resource from war directory to server deployment directory. Can I use tomcat server in such manner? P.S. i want to solve this problem withou ant or maven

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Using my own server in development mode instead of GWT's built-in Jetty instance

You will need to copy the contents of the WAR folder over, but only once.


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