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Problem with adding AspectJ nature to imported plugin [message #65828] Sun, 18 June 2006 01:42 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: sbederml.gmail.com

Hi,

I've imported the plugin org.eclipse.jdt.junit as binary project with
linked content. When I try to convert it to an AspectJ project using the
context menu (AspectJ tools -> Converto AspctJ Project), I receive the
following message:

"Operation cannot be performed because one or more resources belong to a
binary plug-in project that contains linked resources.
To be able to modify binary project resources, re-import it by copying
the content into the workspace".

The message is right, but I don't understand why. It worked for
org.eclise.search plugin.

What is the reason of the problem that causes AspectJ to fail?
Can I bypass it somehow, and still work with linked content?

Thank you in advance,
Michael
Re: Problem with adding AspectJ nature to imported plugin [message #65849 is a reply to message #65828] Sun, 18 June 2006 01:52 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: sbederml.gmail.com

Hi,

I think I've found the problem - plugin.xml and MANIFEST.MF are linked
in the plugin project, thus can't be changed.

Sorry to bother you,
Michael

Michael Beder wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've imported the plugin org.eclipse.jdt.junit as binary project with
> linked content. When I try to convert it to an AspectJ project using the
> context menu (AspectJ tools -> Converto AspctJ Project), I receive the
> following message:
>
> "Operation cannot be performed because one or more resources belong to a
> binary plug-in project that contains linked resources.
> To be able to modify binary project resources, re-import it by copying
> the content into the workspace".
>
> The message is right, but I don't understand why. It worked for
> org.eclise.search plugin.
>
> What is the reason of the problem that causes AspectJ to fail?
> Can I bypass it somehow, and still work with linked content?
>
> Thank you in advance,
> Michael
Re: Problem with adding AspectJ nature to imported plugin [message #594194 is a reply to message #65828] Sun, 18 June 2006 01:52 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: sbederml.gmail.com

Hi,

I think I've found the problem - plugin.xml and MANIFEST.MF are linked
in the plugin project, thus can't be changed.

Sorry to bother you,
Michael

Michael Beder wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've imported the plugin org.eclipse.jdt.junit as binary project with
> linked content. When I try to convert it to an AspectJ project using the
> context menu (AspectJ tools -> Converto AspctJ Project), I receive the
> following message:
>
> "Operation cannot be performed because one or more resources belong to a
> binary plug-in project that contains linked resources.
> To be able to modify binary project resources, re-import it by copying
> the content into the workspace".
>
> The message is right, but I don't understand why. It worked for
> org.eclise.search plugin.
>
> What is the reason of the problem that causes AspectJ to fail?
> Can I bypass it somehow, and still work with linked content?
>
> Thank you in advance,
> Michael
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