|How to disable auto-compile AspectJ project in Eclipse 3.1 [message #590917]
||Wed, 16 November 2005 22:45
| harry sheng
Registered: July 2009
I have a java project and an AspectJ project in my Eclipse3.1 workspace.
The AspectJ project relies on the Java project. I enabled "build
automatically" for the workspace.
I noticed that when I save changes to .java file in the Java project, the
AspectJ project recompile is automatically triggered. Due to the AspectJ
compiler performance, it takes relatively long to save changes .java
files. It's near a nightmare if I need to extensively change multiple
I'd rather disable the auto-recompile of the AspectJ project when I am
changing code in the java project, and do a clean-build of the AspectJ
project later. Is there a configuration that allows me to achieve this
without change the project dependency setting?
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