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plugin doesn't appear in workbench [message #71184] Wed, 13 February 2008 22:48 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: gregwilson5.yahoo.com

I've installed ajdt_1.5.1_for_eclipse_3.3.zip into my Eclipse 3.3
installation and restarted Eclipse, but I don't seem to have AJDT
functionality: no File > New >Other >AspectJ, no editor, no Convert to
AspectJ menu option, etc.

Manage Configuration says the plugin is installed and configured properly,
and Help>Plug-in Details shows it. The log doesn't mention any errors.
Anything I'm missing?

Thanks,
Greg
Similar issue [message #71462 is a reply to message #71184] Sat, 12 April 2008 09:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bradley Atkins is currently offline Bradley Atkins
Messages: 18
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I have a similar problem here in that I cannot seem to figure out how to
install AspectJ on Eclipse running on a Windows Vista Laptop.

I am running Eclipse 3.3.2 and have downloaded the AspectJ installer and
run aspectj-1.5.4.jar, this seems to go through the installation steps ok.

It does ask me to add c:\aspectj1.5\lib\aspectjrt.jar to the Classpath and
I am not sure how I am supposed to do that; is this to be done on a per
project basis or is there some way of adding AspecJ to Eclipse itself so
that it appears under the New menu?

I am quite new to Eclipse and totally new to AspectJ so would appreciate
any help in getting this installed correctly.

Thanks

Brad
Installing AspectJ (was: Similar issue) [message #71482 is a reply to message #71462] Sun, 13 April 2008 04:07 Go to previous message
Martin Görg is currently offline Martin Görg
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Brad wrote:
> It does ask me to add c:\aspectj1.5\lib\aspectjrt.jar to the Classpath and
> I am not sure how I am supposed to do that; is this to be done on a per
> project basis or is there some way of adding AspecJ to Eclipse itself so
> that it appears under the New menu?

I suggest you add the path to the environment variable called classpath. In
WinXP it is accessed over System Properties -> Advanced -> Environment
Variables. I'm not sure where it is in Vista. Setting this environment
variable makes it convenient tu run the ajc compiler from command line
without specifying the classpath every time.

I also suggest you read more about Eclipse, AJDT, and ajc to get familliar.

I'm not an Eclipse or AJ pro myself, so please correct if I'm wrong.

--
Cheers
Martin
Similar issue [message #596803 is a reply to message #71184] Sat, 12 April 2008 09:07 Go to previous message
Bradley Atkins is currently offline Bradley Atkins
Messages: 18
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I have a similar problem here in that I cannot seem to figure out how to
install AspectJ on Eclipse running on a Windows Vista Laptop.

I am running Eclipse 3.3.2 and have downloaded the AspectJ installer and
run aspectj-1.5.4.jar, this seems to go through the installation steps ok.

It does ask me to add c:\aspectj1.5\lib\aspectjrt.jar to the Classpath and
I am not sure how I am supposed to do that; is this to be done on a per
project basis or is there some way of adding AspecJ to Eclipse itself so
that it appears under the New menu?

I am quite new to Eclipse and totally new to AspectJ so would appreciate
any help in getting this installed correctly.

Thanks

Brad
Installing AspectJ (was: Similar issue) [message #596812 is a reply to message #71462] Sun, 13 April 2008 04:07 Go to previous message
Martin Görg is currently offline Martin Görg
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Brad wrote:
> It does ask me to add c:\aspectj1.5\lib\aspectjrt.jar to the Classpath and
> I am not sure how I am supposed to do that; is this to be done on a per
> project basis or is there some way of adding AspecJ to Eclipse itself so
> that it appears under the New menu?

I suggest you add the path to the environment variable called classpath. In
WinXP it is accessed over System Properties -> Advanced -> Environment
Variables. I'm not sure where it is in Vista. Setting this environment
variable makes it convenient tu run the ajc compiler from command line
without specifying the classpath every time.

I also suggest you read more about Eclipse, AJDT, and ajc to get familliar.

I'm not an Eclipse or AJ pro myself, so please correct if I'm wrong.

--
Cheers
Martin
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