|Feedback on AJDT 1.1.11 [message #581888]
||Wed, 21 July 2004 22:18
| Guillaume Pothier
Registered: July 2009
These days I have been trying AJDT 1.1.11 to see if I can use it in my
I had a couple of problems:
- (with incremental build and automatic buildturned on) If I invoke the
build command with the toolbar button, I first get a foreground
progress dialog that keeps me informed of the completion of the build
process; no problem so far, but once it finishes to compile and weave, a
background build process is launched. If I open the Progress view, I see
that an AspectJ build is in progress, bu there is no information about
progress (ie. the progress bar stays at 0%). After a minute or two of
build process, the item disappears form the progress view for a short
instant, and then reappears. I don't know if it means that it started
over again or not, as there is no progress indication. This occurs
several times, I didn't have the patience to wait until it all stopped...
- (with automatic build on, incremental build off): the AspectJ build
process is invoked whenever I save a file (normal), but I observe the
same phenomenon as above.
- In the project properties dialog, the AspectJ entry appears twice
after a while (I mean, noz it appears twicem but yesterday it appeared
Overall, working with AspectJ is not practival at the moment for my
project, because it is far too slow. I have a 1ghz P3 with 384m RAM,
256m allocated to Eclipse. My project has +/- 1500 classes, and only one
aspect that crosscuts less than 10% of the classes. An AspectJ build of
my project takes 1-2mn, with auto build and incremental build off.
Is the work in progress with the incremental compiler supposed to
improve this? Is there any chance that the memory consumption gets lower?
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