The junitCreator seems even worse. It needs a GWT module name, but none of the artifacts created by the applicationCreator or projectCreator contain this. The .gwt.xml file has the module of course, but not it's name. It took me some trial and error to get this right. Even when I did, I could only launch my unit tests using the generated command line tools. I could launch these files directly from Eclipse, but I couldn't launch the unit tests using Eclipse. Thus I could not attach Eclipse's debugger.
I'm sure there's a way to do this. I'm sure that either I 1.)didn't use the right junitCreator command option, 2.) need to configure my project differently, or 3.) need to configure my run/debug profiles differently. Whatever this case, this is all very un-Ruby on Rails like.
Update: Strangely I don't have a lot of these same problems when I run everything on a Mac. No idea why, since even though the command line tools are platform specific and some of the runtime is platform specific, one would think that the underlying Java code that creates the projects, artifacts, etc. is pretty much the same.