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Status and future plans for AspectJ/AJDT? (mustang support in particular) [message #592855] Sun, 02 April 2006 15:57
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With AspectJ/AJDT since December offering full support for JDK1.5 and
runtime weaving and lots of other great new stuff, what are the current and
future plans for AspectJ/AJDT ? In particular what will happen with
AspectJ/AJDT in order to be compatible with Mustang and Eclipse 3.2 as they
are released later this year ?

Will AspectJ play nice with the changes to the class format in mustang and
with the integrated JSR 269 annotation processor in the javac 1.6 compiler
(among other issues, if ajc is continue to be a viable replacement for javac
surely it must also support the internal annotation processor).

The reason I ask it that I would like to be able to use JDK1.6 with it's new
JSR 269 annotation processing + eclipse 3.2 + AspectJ/AJDT (and maybe Spring
but that is another issue). Will that be possible? If yes, when ?

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