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AspectJ 1.5.1a and Eclipse 3.0 [message #64444] Wed, 12 April 2006 11:29 Go to next message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt Chapman
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As a number of people are still using Eclipse 3.0 (and based products), we
thought it'd be good to make the memory-reduced goodness of AspectJ
1.5.1a available in that environment. AJDT 1.2.1 already contains AspectJ
1.5.0, so we will do an AJDT 1.2.2 containing AspectJ 1.5.1a. In fact
development builds of this are now available:

http://www.eclipse.org/ajdt/downloads/#dev

The only changes specific to the AJDT side of things since AJDT 1.2.1 are
the changes necessary to support the newer version of AspectJ. We're
not planning any other changes. Please try out the latest development
build if you are using Eclipse 3.0 and report any bugs as usual. We will
then promote it to a release build in the next week or two.

Regards,

Matt.
Re: AspectJ 1.5.1a and Eclipse 3.0 [message #64467 is a reply to message #64444] Thu, 13 April 2006 10:14 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: schuchert.yahoo.com

Matt Chapman wrote:

> As a number of people are still using Eclipse 3.0 (and based products), we
> thought it'd be good to make the memory-reduced goodness of AspectJ
> 1.5.1a available in that environment. AJDT 1.2.1 already contains AspectJ

Matt & Co.,

Thanks for this very quick effort.

I've been using this for a few days and it seems solid. I can tell that
the memory usage is improved. It might still be a bit high for our
application but it is definitely better.

For a "normal" application, after a full build (with -Xmx1350m), I'll hit
a peak of 1280M and then drop to 1150M. I just wish I had another 512M of
memory!

But I am using it and frankly RAD is causing no more problems than before.

Before the update, for the same workspace, I would often just start
trashing in the GC (I assume0 and sit building the same project for 10+
minutes before I'd just kill RAD. Now, I make it past the build but it
still takes quite a long time with the CPU at 100% for some time.

I'm going to keep working with it; overall it's a noticeable improvement.

Brett
Re: AspectJ 1.5.1a and Eclipse 3.0 [message #593423 is a reply to message #64444] Thu, 13 April 2006 10:14 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: schuchert.yahoo.com

Matt Chapman wrote:

> As a number of people are still using Eclipse 3.0 (and based products), we
> thought it'd be good to make the memory-reduced goodness of AspectJ
> 1.5.1a available in that environment. AJDT 1.2.1 already contains AspectJ

Matt & Co.,

Thanks for this very quick effort.

I've been using this for a few days and it seems solid. I can tell that
the memory usage is improved. It might still be a bit high for our
application but it is definitely better.

For a "normal" application, after a full build (with -Xmx1350m), I'll hit
a peak of 1280M and then drop to 1150M. I just wish I had another 512M of
memory!

But I am using it and frankly RAD is causing no more problems than before.

Before the update, for the same workspace, I would often just start
trashing in the GC (I assume0 and sit building the same project for 10+
minutes before I'd just kill RAD. Now, I make it past the build but it
still takes quite a long time with the CPU at 100% for some time.

I'm going to keep working with it; overall it's a noticeable improvement.

Brett
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