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can I change build.ajproperties 's default location? [message #60023] Mon, 02 January 2006 15:43 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: manchi.leung+news.gmail.com

hi,

build.ajproperties , by default, is created by eclipse AJDT, at the
project / directory

as, I am using maven, i would like to change its location.

now, I can create a copy of build.ajproperties to /src/main/resources
(right click aspectj tools > activate build properties)

but, whenever I delete build.ajproperties from project / directory ,
eclipse will automatically create back a new copy.

how can I disable it?

~manchi
Re: can I change build.ajproperties 's default location? [message #60048 is a reply to message #60023] Tue, 03 January 2006 10:44 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: mchapman.uk.ibm.com

On Mon, 02 Jan 2006 23:43:21 +0800, ManChi wrote:
> build.ajproperties , by default, is created by eclipse AJDT, at the
> project / directory
>
> as, I am using maven, i would like to change its location.
>
> now, I can create a copy of build.ajproperties to /src/main/resources
> (right click aspectj tools > activate build properties)
>
> but, whenever I delete build.ajproperties from project / directory ,
> eclipse will automatically create back a new copy.
>
> how can I disable it?

We are looking to change the way build configurations operate in AJDT 1.4,
in order to simplify the implementation and improve consistency by making
use of the build path operations now provided by the JDT in Eclipse. We
are therefore very interested in feedback to ensure that the new system
meets everyone's requirements. It is likely that AspectJ projects will no
longer require a build.ajproperties file at all, and operate like Java
projects, such that everything is included at first, and can be excluded
by right-clicking and selecting the Build Path > Exclude action provided
by JDT. How would such a mode affect the integration with maven? (I'm not
familiar with maven, so I'm not sure what is involved - it is my hope that
using maven to build an Eclipse AspectJ project will become closer to
using maven to build an Eclipse Java project).

Regards,

Matt.
Re: can I change build.ajproperties 's default location? [message #591561 is a reply to message #60023] Tue, 03 January 2006 10:44 Go to previous message
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On Mon, 02 Jan 2006 23:43:21 +0800, ManChi wrote:
> build.ajproperties , by default, is created by eclipse AJDT, at the
> project / directory
>
> as, I am using maven, i would like to change its location.
>
> now, I can create a copy of build.ajproperties to /src/main/resources
> (right click aspectj tools > activate build properties)
>
> but, whenever I delete build.ajproperties from project / directory ,
> eclipse will automatically create back a new copy.
>
> how can I disable it?

We are looking to change the way build configurations operate in AJDT 1.4,
in order to simplify the implementation and improve consistency by making
use of the build path operations now provided by the JDT in Eclipse. We
are therefore very interested in feedback to ensure that the new system
meets everyone's requirements. It is likely that AspectJ projects will no
longer require a build.ajproperties file at all, and operate like Java
projects, such that everything is included at first, and can be excluded
by right-clicking and selecting the Build Path > Exclude action provided
by JDT. How would such a mode affect the integration with maven? (I'm not
familiar with maven, so I'm not sure what is involved - it is my hope that
using maven to build an Eclipse AspectJ project will become closer to
using maven to build an Eclipse Java project).

Regards,

Matt.
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