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calling aspectj compiler programmatically [message #593521] Mon, 01 May 2006 18:04
Andrew Eisenberg is currently offline Andrew Eisenberg
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Hi,

I am writing an eclipse plugin and I would like to call the AspectJ compiler as
part of the build process.

The previous part of my build process generates some java files and an lst file
that contains all of the generated java files.

In previous versions of AspectJ, I was able to do this successfully by using
this statement to call the compiler:

Ajde.getDefault().getBuildManager().build(lstFileName);

However, now I would like to start allowing for some Java 5 syntax like
annotations, but the calling the compiler in this manner doesn't seem to
recognize anything Java 5-specific.

I am using Eclipse3.2M5a and AJDT version 1.4.0.20060301124547.

Any ideas on how I can perform the compilation would be appreciated.

thanks,
--andrew
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