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Is tehre a way to switch AspectJ? [message #39496] Mon, 26 July 2004 19:37 Go to next message
Alex Shneyderman is currently offline Alex ShneydermanFriend
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I have the latest version of AJDT and find it really nice, except for a few
glitches.

I rely heavily on content assist and AJDT always complains that no
completion is available?

so suppose I hava List l, when I type l. and <CTRL>+<SPACE> I would expect
the list to drop
down, I get no completion availble. So how do I make AspectJ editor to
bypass its own logic a
nd give Java editor a chance?

Thanks,
Alex.
Re: Is tehre a way to switch AspectJ? [message #39527 is a reply to message #39496] Mon, 26 July 2004 22:22 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: mchapman.uk.ibm.com

On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 15:37:39 -0400, Alex Shneyderman wrote:
> I have the latest version of AJDT and find it really nice, except for a few
> glitches.

Thanks, please raise bugs so we can make it even better :)

> I rely heavily on content assist and AJDT always complains that no
> completion is available?
>
> so suppose I hava List l, when I type l. and <CTRL>+<SPACE> I would expect
> the list to drop
> down, I get no completion availble. So how do I make AspectJ editor to
> bypass its own logic a
> nd give Java editor a chance?

The current limitation is that this doesn't work if your aspect is in a
..aj file, but completion of Java types does work with aspects in .java
files. You can rename .aj files to .java if you like, and configure the
New Aspect wizard to create .java files (under project properties >
AspectJ). We're hoping to fix this limitation for the next release.

Regards,

Matt.
Re: Is tehre a way to switch AspectJ? [message #582350 is a reply to message #39496] Mon, 26 July 2004 22:22 Go to previous message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt ChapmanFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 15:37:39 -0400, Alex Shneyderman wrote:
> I have the latest version of AJDT and find it really nice, except for a few
> glitches.

Thanks, please raise bugs so we can make it even better :)

> I rely heavily on content assist and AJDT always complains that no
> completion is available?
>
> so suppose I hava List l, when I type l. and <CTRL>+<SPACE> I would expect
> the list to drop
> down, I get no completion availble. So how do I make AspectJ editor to
> bypass its own logic a
> nd give Java editor a chance?

The current limitation is that this doesn't work if your aspect is in a
..aj file, but completion of Java types does work with aspects in .java
files. You can rename .aj files to .java if you like, and configure the
New Aspect wizard to create .java files (under project properties >
AspectJ). We're hoping to fix this limitation for the next release.

Regards,

Matt.
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