|AspectJ Projects Broken After Updating AJDT [message #902558]
||Sat, 18 August 2012 12:14
| Philip Koester
Registered: July 2009
Using Eclipse 3.7.|
From h-t-t-p://download.eclipse.org/tools/ajdt/37/dev/update, I'm using AJDT 2.2.1.e37x-20120716-0900.
From h-t-t-p://dist.springsource.org/release/AJDT/configurator, I'm using Maven Integration for AJDT (Optional) 0.13.0.201107281640.
Now when I create a new AspectJ project, I immediately get a red exclamation mark next to the project entry, along with the error message "The container 'AspectJ Runtime Library' references non existing library 'file:\C:\Program Files\Eclipse\eclipse-sdk-3.7\plugins\org.aspectj.runtime_22.214.171.12420703164200.jar!\aspectjrt.jar'".
Checking the file system, the Jar file is there, and it contains a top-level "aspectjrt.jar". So the error message is misguiding!
This looks like a regression. Last time I ran into this, I was told to switch to the "dev" update site, which solved the problem then.
Now I'm unable to have a working AspectJ project in Eclipse. I wonder how other people do it ...
[Updated on: Sat, 18 August 2012 12:20]
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