|CompilationParticipant [message #709915]
||Thu, 04 August 2011 13:28
| Thomas Philipp
Registered: August 2011
I am using Eclipse 3.5 and AspectJ Development Tools 2.1.1, but the question may be|
also answered for Indigo as I would consider to migrate to Indigo.
For vanilla Java projects I have developed a CompilationParticipant, which does some static code checking and e.g. adds warning markers. This works fine in Java projects, if registered for the extension point org.eclipse.jdt.core.compilationParticipant.
However, once a Java project is converted to an AspectJ project, this CompilationParticipant will not be called any more.
Is there a similar concept as "CompilationParticipant" available for the AspectJ-Builder? I have not found any documentation about a similar extension point available for AspectJ projects, though somewhere in the Web there seems to be a AspectJ Superclass with that name and similar methods as in jdt.
I found a workaround to this problem by adding in the .project file manually, before the AspectJ builder, also the vanilla Java builder, but this is not a really good solution as building is done twice and slows down Eclipse.
I would appreciate any hints.
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