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Here are some of the more interesting or significant changes made to the AspectJ Development Tools since the 1.4 release (see the What's new in AJDT 1.4 page for the changes in that release).
|AspectJ 5||This release of AJDT incorporates the AspectJ 1.5.3 release.|
When you rename a Java class, there is now an aspect
rename participant that will search for and update
references to that class from any aspects in the same
|Improved Binary Weaving support||
Prior to this release, if you had a project containing some aspects, and you
added the output folder to the aspect path of another
project, the advised locations would show as being advised
by a binary aspect and navigation to the advice would not be
possible. Also no "advises" relationships would be shown
in the project containing the aspects, as the weaving
took place in the other project. Now AJDT looks for these
binary aspects in your workspace, and locates the
corresponding source code. The appropriate relationships
and markers can then be shown (for both the source and
target of the advice) in the same way as for source
weaving within a single project. This functionality works
when either a class folder or
a JAR file is added to the aspect path, so long as
the containing project has a source folder containing the
code for the relevant aspects.
|Improved AspectJ Build Properties||
The project properties pages for configuring a project's
inpath, aspect path, and output jar have been
organised into a single AspectJ Build page.
There is an AspectJ Tools > Configure AspectJ Build Path... shortcut to this page, available by right-clicking on a project. It is also now possible to right-click on a JAR or ZIP file in a project and select to add it to the in-path or aspect path, or remove it.
|Build Automation for AspectJ-enabled plug-ins||AJDT now includes a replacement pdebuild-ant.jar file to enable the AspectJ compiler to be used by automated PDE builds. This can be found in the org.eclipse.ajdt.pde.build plug-in, along with a README.txt file containing more information.|
|Bug fixes||List of bugs fixed in AJDT 1.4.1.|
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