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Using ajdt in RCP [message #63284] Fri, 31 March 2006 00:21 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: sciman.126.com

Hi,
Is it possible to use ajdt in RCP application? I tried to convert plugin
project to aspectj project and run it ,but failed.

Regards,
Karl.
Re: Using ajdt in RCP [message #63309 is a reply to message #63284] Fri, 31 March 2006 06:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: Rafal.Krzewski.caltha.pl

Karl wrote:
> Is it possible to use ajdt in RCP application? I tried to convert
> plugin project to aspectj project and run it ,but failed.

I'm not a RCP person, but I recall a project named AJEER = AJ Enabled
Eclipse Runtime. I think you need this one. Happy googling ;-)

R.
Re: Using ajdt in RCP [message #63716 is a reply to message #63309] Tue, 04 April 2006 17:50 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: post.to.eclipse.newsportal.nowhere.com

As I only needs AspectJ to work **inside** the plugins that declare it. I
did not have to use AJEER.

I develope my RCP program as usual, but needs a two-step export process to
create the final product:

Step 1 : Use Eclipse Product Export Wizard to export everything.
Step 2 : Use "File->Export->Deployable plug-ins and Fragments with AspectJ
Support" to export the plug-ins that use AspectJ. Then use the output from
here to replace those generated in Step 1.

The recent EclipseCon has a presentation file that explains different ways
of using AspectJ in RCP. Download the presentation file from
http://www.eclipsecon.org/2006/Sub.do?id=229

HTH
Sinlee
Re: Using ajdt in RCP [message #592780 is a reply to message #63284] Fri, 31 March 2006 06:57 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: Rafal.Krzewski.caltha.pl

Karl wrote:
> Is it possible to use ajdt in RCP application? I tried to convert
> plugin project to aspectj project and run it ,but failed.

I'm not a RCP person, but I recall a project named AJEER = AJ Enabled
Eclipse Runtime. I think you need this one. Happy googling ;-)

R.
Re: Using ajdt in RCP [message #593016 is a reply to message #63309] Tue, 04 April 2006 17:50 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: post.to.eclipse.newsportal.nowhere.com

As I only needs AspectJ to work **inside** the plugins that declare it. I
did not have to use AJEER.

I develope my RCP program as usual, but needs a two-step export process to
create the final product:

Step 1 : Use Eclipse Product Export Wizard to export everything.
Step 2 : Use "File->Export->Deployable plug-ins and Fragments with AspectJ
Support" to export the plug-ins that use AspectJ. Then use the output from
here to replace those generated in Step 1.

The recent EclipseCon has a presentation file that explains different ways
of using AspectJ in RCP. Download the presentation file from
http://www.eclipsecon.org/2006/Sub.do?id=229

HTH
Sinlee
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