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AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #38558] Fri, 16 July 2004 07:24 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: clemas.uk.ibm.com

The AJDT team are extremely pleased to announce availability of
our 1.1.11 release which runs on Eclipse 3.0 (final). Unlike the
previous few versions that have basic updates of the internal
compiler, 1.1.11 is a complete overhaul of every part of AJDT.

It is well worth checking out the comprehensive 'New and Noteworthy'
for this release, accessible directly from the AJDT homepage
at http://eclipse.org/ajdt

Highlights of the release include:

- More complete structure model, showing intertype declarations
in the editor gutter and in the visualiser.
- Complete ajdoc integration
- Completely new and more intuitive build configuration support
- All icons brought into line with an Eclipse 3.0 style. Much
improved clarity of advice markers (see the screenshots in the
new and noteworthy).
- Breakpoints can now be set in aspects.

AJDT 1.1.11 is available from a new update site:
http://download.eclipse.org/technology/ajdt/30/update

or downloadable as a set of plugins for offline installation from:

http://download.eclipse.org/technology/ajdt/30/update/ajdt_1 .1.11_archive.zip

See our homepage and download page for more information.

http://eclipse.org/ajdt

thanks,
Andy + the rest of the AJDT team.
---
AJDT Development
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39015 is a reply to message #38558] Thu, 22 July 2004 11:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gkoller.inter.nl.net

Andy Clement wrote:

> The AJDT team are extremely pleased to announce availability of
> our 1.1.11 release which runs on Eclipse 3.0 (final).

Yesterday I have upgraded to Eclipse 3.0 to be able to run AJDT 1.1.11.
I have to admit that I am completely new to AspectJ and hence to the
tools that are available for it.

With regards to AJDT I have noticed the following things:
1) the editor is kind of slow: text selection lags noticebly
2) ctrl-shift-f (format) doesn't work for *.aj files
3) ctrl-space (content/code assist) doesn't work for *.aj files,
not even for plain Java constructs
4) no realtime syntax checking for AspectJ syntax (only a build
will reveal syntax errors.

With regards to 1) is this a known problem? I tried running it on a
Pentium IV 2,2 Ghz with 512 MB and a Athlon 1,1 Ghz with 768 MB. On
both workstations it's slow.

With regards to 2), 3), 4) are these limitations or do I need to
specify an option somewhere to enable them?

BTW is there a mailgateway available for this list? I would much
prefer a mailinglist interface over the current newsgroup interface
or the accompanying webinterface.

Thanks, Guido
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39074 is a reply to message #39015] Thu, 22 July 2004 18:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Guillaume Pothier is currently offline Guillaume Pothier
Messages: 107
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Guido Kollerie wrote:
> Andy Clement wrote:
>
>
>>The AJDT team are extremely pleased to announce availability of
>>our 1.1.11 release which runs on Eclipse 3.0 (final).
>
>
> Yesterday I have upgraded to Eclipse 3.0 to be able to run AJDT 1.1.11.
> I have to admit that I am completely new to AspectJ and hence to the
> tools that are available for it.
>
> With regards to AJDT I have noticed the following things:
> 1) the editor is kind of slow: text selection lags noticebly

I noticed that too. It didn't matter that much until I removed the
AspectJ nature of my project and it kept being slow... How can I solve that?

> 2) ctrl-shift-f (format) doesn't work for *.aj files

Also, it seems that refactoring does not affect .aj files. I changed the
name of a package containing two classes (.java) and one aspect (.aj);
all the files themselves moved all right, but the package declaration in
the aspect file didn't change.

> 3) ctrl-space (content/code assist) doesn't work for *.aj files,
> not even for plain Java constructs
> 4) no realtime syntax checking for AspectJ syntax (only a build
> will reveal syntax errors.
>
> With regards to 1) is this a known problem? I tried running it on a
> Pentium IV 2,2 Ghz with 512 MB and a Athlon 1,1 Ghz with 768 MB. On
> both workstations it's slow.
>
> With regards to 2), 3), 4) are these limitations or do I need to
> specify an option somewhere to enable them?
>
> BTW is there a mailgateway available for this list? I would much
> prefer a mailinglist interface over the current newsgroup interface
> or the accompanying webinterface.
>
> Thanks, Guido
>
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39131 is a reply to message #39074] Fri, 23 July 2004 05:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mchapman.uk.ibm.com

On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 18:27:14 -0400, Guillaume Pothier wrote:
> Guido Kollerie wrote:
>> With regards to AJDT I have noticed the following things:
>> 1) the editor is kind of slow: text selection lags noticebly
>
> I noticed that too. It didn't matter that much until I removed the AspectJ
> nature of my project and it kept being slow... How can I solve that?

The AspectJ editor should be the same as the Java editor in this
regard. If you right-click on a .java file and do "open with > java
editor" instead, is that different? On what platform and eclipse version
does this occur?

>> 2) ctrl-shift-f (format) doesn't work for *.aj files
>
> Also, it seems that refactoring does not affect .aj files. I changed the
> name of a package containing two classes (.java) and one aspect (.aj);
> all the files themselves moved all right, but the package declaration in
> the aspect file didn't change.

Granted, on both counts. Refactoring in particular is a major area for
future work (see the work tasks list on the website). First is making the
Java refactorings "aspect-aware", and the second is adding aspect-specific
refactorings.

>> 3) ctrl-space (content/code assist) doesn't work for *.aj files,
>> not even for plain Java constructs

Yes, only simple code templates work, e.g. "sysout" followed by ctrl-space
does expand correctly. There is a project preference to make the new
aspect wizard create .java files instead of .aj files.

>> 4) no realtime syntax checking for AspectJ syntax (only a build
>> will reveal syntax errors.

Another one on the work items list. See also the "plans" link on the
website for details of the "lancaster" release which is a major
restructure to make it possible to address these sort of issues.

>> BTW is there a mailgateway available for this list? I would much prefer
>> a mailinglist interface over the current newsgroup interface or the
>> accompanying webinterface.

Not that I know of. I think there are third party tools for general
newsgroup to email mirroring.

Regards,

Matt.
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39160 is a reply to message #39131] Fri, 23 July 2004 11:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Guillaume Pothier is currently offline Guillaume Pothier
Messages: 107
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
>
> Another one on the work items list. See also the "plans" link on the
> website for details of the "lancaster" release which is a major
> restructure to make it possible to address these sort of issues.
>

By the way, how are things going with Lancaster?
Guillaume
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39191 is a reply to message #39160] Fri, 23 July 2004 06:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mchapman.uk.ibm.com

On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 11:57:46 -0400, Guillaume Pothier wrote:
> By the way, how are things going with Lancaster? Guillaume

Slowly - it's a big undertaking. But we hope progress to increase soon,
now that we have delivered a number of new features and Eclipse 3.0
support in 1.1.11.

Regards,

Matt.
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39220 is a reply to message #39191] Fri, 23 July 2004 07:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: newsserver_mails.bodden.de

On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 11:09:49 +0100, Matt Chapman wrote:

> Slowly

So are you gonna call it "Vancouver" now instead? ;-)

Eric - who things that the progress up to 1.1.11 is quite good anyway

--
Eric Bodden, ICQ: 12656220, http://www.bodden.de, PGP: BB465582
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39250 is a reply to message #39220] Fri, 23 July 2004 08:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mchapman.uk.ibm.com

On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 13:35:30 +0200, Eric Bodden wrote:
> So are you gonna call it "Vancouver" now instead? ;-)

That might be safer than renaming it "Chicago" ;-)

> Eric - who things that the progress up to 1.1.11 is quite good anyway

Thanks. We needed to put out a release supporting Eclipse 3.0 as soon as
we could, and that had to be on the 1.1.x codebase.

Matt.
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39617 is a reply to message #39131] Wed, 28 July 2004 04:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gkoller.inter.nl.net

Matt Chapman wrote:

> >> 1) the editor is kind of slow: text selection lags noticebly

> The AspectJ editor should be the same as the Java editor in this
> regard. If you right-click on a .java file and do "open with > java
> editor" instead, is that different?

Yes it is different. Using the Java editor I don't experience any
noticeable lag when selecting text. With the AspectJ editor I do.

> On what platform and eclipse version does this occur?

I noticed this first on a Windows 2000 Professional workstation
(Pentium IV 2.2 Ghz, 512MB RAM), but I am experiencing it on a Windows
XP Professional workstation (Athlon 1.1 Ghz, 768MB RAM) as well. Both
workstations are running Eclipse 3.0. The above test (opening a .java file
with the Java editor) was performed on the Athlon box.

Despite this and the other things I mentioned in my previous email I am
very happy with AJDT. Especially the ability to see which join points are
being advised is enormously helpful. Thank you very much for having
created
AJDT!

--
Guido
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #39648 is a reply to message #39617] Wed, 28 July 2004 09:35 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mchapman.uk.ibm.com

On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 08:59:59 +0000, Guido Kollerie wrote:
> Yes it is different. Using the Java editor I don't experience any
> noticeable lag when selecting text. With the AspectJ editor I do.

Ah, I see what you mean now. The good news is that recent changes to the
AspectJ editor have cured this. These changes are in CVS, and will be
included in the next release.

> Despite this and the other things I mentioned in my previous email I am
> very happy with AJDT. Especially the ability to see which join points are
> being advised is enormously helpful. Thank you very much for having
> created
> AJDT!

Thanks for the feedback,

Matt.
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #581980 is a reply to message #38558] Thu, 22 July 2004 11:03 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gkoller.inter.nl.net

Andy Clement wrote:

> The AJDT team are extremely pleased to announce availability of
> our 1.1.11 release which runs on Eclipse 3.0 (final).

Yesterday I have upgraded to Eclipse 3.0 to be able to run AJDT 1.1.11.
I have to admit that I am completely new to AspectJ and hence to the
tools that are available for it.

With regards to AJDT I have noticed the following things:
1) the editor is kind of slow: text selection lags noticebly
2) ctrl-shift-f (format) doesn't work for *.aj files
3) ctrl-space (content/code assist) doesn't work for *.aj files,
not even for plain Java constructs
4) no realtime syntax checking for AspectJ syntax (only a build
will reveal syntax errors.

With regards to 1) is this a known problem? I tried running it on a
Pentium IV 2,2 Ghz with 512 MB and a Athlon 1,1 Ghz with 768 MB. On
both workstations it's slow.

With regards to 2), 3), 4) are these limitations or do I need to
specify an option somewhere to enable them?

BTW is there a mailgateway available for this list? I would much
prefer a mailinglist interface over the current newsgroup interface
or the accompanying webinterface.

Thanks, Guido
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #582017 is a reply to message #39015] Thu, 22 July 2004 18:27 Go to previous message
Guillaume Pothier is currently offline Guillaume Pothier
Messages: 107
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Guido Kollerie wrote:
> Andy Clement wrote:
>
>
>>The AJDT team are extremely pleased to announce availability of
>>our 1.1.11 release which runs on Eclipse 3.0 (final).
>
>
> Yesterday I have upgraded to Eclipse 3.0 to be able to run AJDT 1.1.11.
> I have to admit that I am completely new to AspectJ and hence to the
> tools that are available for it.
>
> With regards to AJDT I have noticed the following things:
> 1) the editor is kind of slow: text selection lags noticebly

I noticed that too. It didn't matter that much until I removed the
AspectJ nature of my project and it kept being slow... How can I solve that?

> 2) ctrl-shift-f (format) doesn't work for *.aj files

Also, it seems that refactoring does not affect .aj files. I changed the
name of a package containing two classes (.java) and one aspect (.aj);
all the files themselves moved all right, but the package declaration in
the aspect file didn't change.

> 3) ctrl-space (content/code assist) doesn't work for *.aj files,
> not even for plain Java constructs
> 4) no realtime syntax checking for AspectJ syntax (only a build
> will reveal syntax errors.
>
> With regards to 1) is this a known problem? I tried running it on a
> Pentium IV 2,2 Ghz with 512 MB and a Athlon 1,1 Ghz with 768 MB. On
> both workstations it's slow.
>
> With regards to 2), 3), 4) are these limitations or do I need to
> specify an option somewhere to enable them?
>
> BTW is there a mailgateway available for this list? I would much
> prefer a mailinglist interface over the current newsgroup interface
> or the accompanying webinterface.
>
> Thanks, Guido
>
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #582078 is a reply to message #39074] Fri, 23 July 2004 05:05 Go to previous message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt Chapman
Messages: 429
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 18:27:14 -0400, Guillaume Pothier wrote:
> Guido Kollerie wrote:
>> With regards to AJDT I have noticed the following things:
>> 1) the editor is kind of slow: text selection lags noticebly
>
> I noticed that too. It didn't matter that much until I removed the AspectJ
> nature of my project and it kept being slow... How can I solve that?

The AspectJ editor should be the same as the Java editor in this
regard. If you right-click on a .java file and do "open with > java
editor" instead, is that different? On what platform and eclipse version
does this occur?

>> 2) ctrl-shift-f (format) doesn't work for *.aj files
>
> Also, it seems that refactoring does not affect .aj files. I changed the
> name of a package containing two classes (.java) and one aspect (.aj);
> all the files themselves moved all right, but the package declaration in
> the aspect file didn't change.

Granted, on both counts. Refactoring in particular is a major area for
future work (see the work tasks list on the website). First is making the
Java refactorings "aspect-aware", and the second is adding aspect-specific
refactorings.

>> 3) ctrl-space (content/code assist) doesn't work for *.aj files,
>> not even for plain Java constructs

Yes, only simple code templates work, e.g. "sysout" followed by ctrl-space
does expand correctly. There is a project preference to make the new
aspect wizard create .java files instead of .aj files.

>> 4) no realtime syntax checking for AspectJ syntax (only a build
>> will reveal syntax errors.

Another one on the work items list. See also the "plans" link on the
website for details of the "lancaster" release which is a major
restructure to make it possible to address these sort of issues.

>> BTW is there a mailgateway available for this list? I would much prefer
>> a mailinglist interface over the current newsgroup interface or the
>> accompanying webinterface.

Not that I know of. I think there are third party tools for general
newsgroup to email mirroring.

Regards,

Matt.
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #582100 is a reply to message #39131] Fri, 23 July 2004 11:57 Go to previous message
Guillaume Pothier is currently offline Guillaume Pothier
Messages: 107
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
>
> Another one on the work items list. See also the "plans" link on the
> website for details of the "lancaster" release which is a major
> restructure to make it possible to address these sort of issues.
>

By the way, how are things going with Lancaster?
Guillaume
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #582124 is a reply to message #39160] Fri, 23 July 2004 06:09 Go to previous message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt Chapman
Messages: 429
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 11:57:46 -0400, Guillaume Pothier wrote:
> By the way, how are things going with Lancaster? Guillaume

Slowly - it's a big undertaking. But we hope progress to increase soon,
now that we have delivered a number of new features and Eclipse 3.0
support in 1.1.11.

Regards,

Matt.
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #582152 is a reply to message #39191] Fri, 23 July 2004 07:35 Go to previous message
Eric Bodden is currently offline Eric Bodden
Messages: 32
Registered: July 2009
Member
On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 11:09:49 +0100, Matt Chapman wrote:

> Slowly

So are you gonna call it "Vancouver" now instead? ;-)

Eric - who things that the progress up to 1.1.11 is quite good anyway

--
Eric Bodden, ICQ: 12656220, http://www.bodden.de, PGP: BB465582
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #582170 is a reply to message #39220] Fri, 23 July 2004 08:25 Go to previous message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt Chapman
Messages: 429
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 13:35:30 +0200, Eric Bodden wrote:
> So are you gonna call it "Vancouver" now instead? ;-)

That might be safer than renaming it "Chicago" ;-)

> Eric - who things that the progress up to 1.1.11 is quite good anyway

Thanks. We needed to put out a release supporting Eclipse 3.0 as soon as
we could, and that had to be on the 1.1.x codebase.

Matt.
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #582400 is a reply to message #39131] Wed, 28 July 2004 04:59 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gkoller.inter.nl.net

Matt Chapman wrote:

> >> 1) the editor is kind of slow: text selection lags noticebly

> The AspectJ editor should be the same as the Java editor in this
> regard. If you right-click on a .java file and do "open with > java
> editor" instead, is that different?

Yes it is different. Using the Java editor I don't experience any
noticeable lag when selecting text. With the AspectJ editor I do.

> On what platform and eclipse version does this occur?

I noticed this first on a Windows 2000 Professional workstation
(Pentium IV 2.2 Ghz, 512MB RAM), but I am experiencing it on a Windows
XP Professional workstation (Athlon 1.1 Ghz, 768MB RAM) as well. Both
workstations are running Eclipse 3.0. The above test (opening a .java file
with the Java editor) was performed on the Athlon box.

Despite this and the other things I mentioned in my previous email I am
very happy with AJDT. Especially the ability to see which join points are
being advised is enormously helpful. Thank you very much for having
created
AJDT!

--
Guido
Re: AJDT 1.1.11 released for Eclipse 3.0 [message #582430 is a reply to message #39617] Wed, 28 July 2004 09:35 Go to previous message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt Chapman
Messages: 429
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 08:59:59 +0000, Guido Kollerie wrote:
> Yes it is different. Using the Java editor I don't experience any
> noticeable lag when selecting text. With the AspectJ editor I do.

Ah, I see what you mean now. The good news is that recent changes to the
AspectJ editor have cured this. These changes are in CVS, and will be
included in the next release.

> Despite this and the other things I mentioned in my previous email I am
> very happy with AJDT. Especially the ability to see which join points are
> being advised is enormously helpful. Thank you very much for having
> created
> AJDT!

Thanks for the feedback,

Matt.
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