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Multi-dirrectory output [message #62424] Fri, 03 March 2006 13:22 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: a.shneyderman.gmail.com

In my project I have two source folders main/java & test/java. When I
write an abstract object that only needs a pointcut in its concrete
implementation, I would write it inlined in my test. This means that the
test directory does have an aspect but I do not want to package it. While
main/java source' output is the one I want to take and package.

AJDT (and I suppose it is an ajc fault) has a problem with outputing
compiled code to 2 separate output directories, therefore does output
classes into the default directory, which cause me a lot of pain.

Is there a work around this limitation or maybe a solution that I
overlooked?

Thanks,
alex.
Re: Multi-dirrectory output [message #62448 is a reply to message #62424] Fri, 03 March 2006 18:21 Go to previous message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt Chapman
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Alex Shneyderman wrote:
> In my project I have two source folders main/java & test/java. When I
> write an abstract object that only needs a pointcut in its concrete
> implementation, I would write it inlined in my test. This means that the
> test directory does have an aspect but I do not want to package it. While
> main/java source' output is the one I want to take and package.

> AJDT (and I suppose it is an ajc fault) has a problem with outputing
> compiled code to 2 separate output directories, therefore does output
> classes into the default directory, which cause me a lot of pain.

> Is there a work around this limitation or maybe a solution that I
> overlooked?

Yes, the limitation is covered by bug 101983.

Could you move your test folder out into a separate project?

Regards,

Matt.
Re: Multi-dirrectory output [message #592424 is a reply to message #62424] Fri, 03 March 2006 18:21 Go to previous message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt Chapman
Messages: 429
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Alex Shneyderman wrote:
> In my project I have two source folders main/java & test/java. When I
> write an abstract object that only needs a pointcut in its concrete
> implementation, I would write it inlined in my test. This means that the
> test directory does have an aspect but I do not want to package it. While
> main/java source' output is the one I want to take and package.

> AJDT (and I suppose it is an ajc fault) has a problem with outputing
> compiled code to 2 separate output directories, therefore does output
> classes into the default directory, which cause me a lot of pain.

> Is there a work around this limitation or maybe a solution that I
> overlooked?

Yes, the limitation is covered by bug 101983.

Could you move your test folder out into a separate project?

Regards,

Matt.
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