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Configurable build [message #17081] Mon, 10 March 2003 20:54 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: n_kontny.hotmail.com

Is there a process I can implement to easliy turn my aspects on and off
withing a build inside WSAD, without Ant? I have had a lot of success so
far with converting a Web project to an AspectJ project, and running it
with aspects on. Now I just want to seperate the build processes for
differen't deployments.

I want to have one location of source code that I can has one build
"target" with aspects included in the build and using the ajc compiler,
and another target where the app is built without any aspect help
whatsoever. I see how this can be done with Ant, and using different
targets, but I want to use the automagic of WSAD.

One approach I have been attempting is to have a normal Web project
created containing the code base, that can can build with javac. And then
another Web project thats been converted to an "AspecJ project" that
points to the normal web project. In another posting I read that I can
create this dependancy in the buildlst.lst of the AspectJ project (i.e.
with @../NormalWebProject/myBuildList.lst). So far no luck with executing
the build list, seems to just validate the web.xml file in the AspectJ
project and then quits.


Any ideas?

Thank you
Re: Configurable build [message #17141 is a reply to message #17081] Thu, 13 March 2003 19:31 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: n_kontny.hotmail.com

I think I have it working now. I was able to point my buildWithAspects.lst
in one WAR project (AspectJ enabled) to a buildWithoutAspects.lst in
another WAR project. I had to change the Java Build Path to have the
withoutAspects project to the top of the list.
Re: Configurable build [message #564649 is a reply to message #17081] Thu, 13 March 2003 19:31 Go to previous message
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I think I have it working now. I was able to point my buildWithAspects.lst
in one WAR project (AspectJ enabled) to a buildWithoutAspects.lst in
another WAR project. I had to change the Java Build Path to have the
withoutAspects project to the top of the list.
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