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Build where source dir is not root of project fails [message #17313] Wed, 19 March 2003 02:11 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: bradley.greystate.com

Hi,

I have been attempting to get AJDT working under eclipse 2.1, both RC1
and Rc2. I have tried building the AspectJ examples in the workbench
using seperately AJDT 0.5.2 and 1.1.1rc1.

My only success I have, is when I have a project defined with the java
source build path as the root of the project.

If the project has source in a subdirectory (such as src/ as the default
layout of a project in eclipse) build fails.

Is this expected behavior, or am I missing something here?

Thanks for your thoughts,

Bradley
Re: Build where source dir is not root of project fails [message #17338 is a reply to message #17313] Wed, 19 March 2003 03:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mark.nospam.com

this works fine for me.
i have all my java as source as well as aspectj source
under a src/ directory.

-- mark

Bradley wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have been attempting to get AJDT working under eclipse 2.1, both RC1
> and Rc2. I have tried building the AspectJ examples in the workbench
> using seperately AJDT 0.5.2 and 1.1.1rc1.
>
> My only success I have, is when I have a project defined with the java
> source build path as the root of the project.
>
> If the project has source in a subdirectory (such as src/ as the default
> layout of a project in eclipse) build fails.
>
> Is this expected behavior, or am I missing something here?
>
> Thanks for your thoughts,
>
> Bradley
>
Re: Build where source dir is not root of project fails - bug [message #17359 is a reply to message #17338] Wed, 19 March 2003 06:53 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: bradley.greystate.com

Interestingly, if I make sure that the name of the project is the same
as the root directory of the project, I can now compile the samples.

All except the Telecoms one, but that appears to be due to the evolution
of the langage rather than the tool.

Previously, I had the project called aspectj-samples, linked to the
directory workspace/aspectj. The builder process was creating a
directory in the workspace called aspectj-samples and building into that.

Thanks for the help,

bradley




Mark wrote:
>
> this works fine for me.
> i have all my java as source as well as aspectj source
> under a src/ directory.
>
> -- mark
>
> Bradley wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have been attempting to get AJDT working under eclipse 2.1, both RC1
>> and Rc2. I have tried building the AspectJ examples in the workbench
>> using seperately AJDT 0.5.2 and 1.1.1rc1.
>>
>> My only success I have, is when I have a project defined with the java
>> source build path as the root of the project.
>>
>> If the project has source in a subdirectory (such as src/ as the
>> default layout of a project in eclipse) build fails.
>>
>> Is this expected behavior, or am I missing something here?
>>
>> Thanks for your thoughts,
>>
>> Bradley
>>
>
Re: Build where source dir is not root of project fails [message #564862 is a reply to message #17313] Wed, 19 March 2003 03:47 Go to previous message
Mark is currently offline Mark
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this works fine for me.
i have all my java as source as well as aspectj source
under a src/ directory.

-- mark

Bradley wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have been attempting to get AJDT working under eclipse 2.1, both RC1
> and Rc2. I have tried building the AspectJ examples in the workbench
> using seperately AJDT 0.5.2 and 1.1.1rc1.
>
> My only success I have, is when I have a project defined with the java
> source build path as the root of the project.
>
> If the project has source in a subdirectory (such as src/ as the default
> layout of a project in eclipse) build fails.
>
> Is this expected behavior, or am I missing something here?
>
> Thanks for your thoughts,
>
> Bradley
>
Re: Build where source dir is not root of project fails - bug [message #564886 is a reply to message #17338] Wed, 19 March 2003 06:53 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: bradley.greystate.com

Interestingly, if I make sure that the name of the project is the same
as the root directory of the project, I can now compile the samples.

All except the Telecoms one, but that appears to be due to the evolution
of the langage rather than the tool.

Previously, I had the project called aspectj-samples, linked to the
directory workspace/aspectj. The builder process was creating a
directory in the workspace called aspectj-samples and building into that.

Thanks for the help,

bradley




Mark wrote:
>
> this works fine for me.
> i have all my java as source as well as aspectj source
> under a src/ directory.
>
> -- mark
>
> Bradley wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have been attempting to get AJDT working under eclipse 2.1, both RC1
>> and Rc2. I have tried building the AspectJ examples in the workbench
>> using seperately AJDT 0.5.2 and 1.1.1rc1.
>>
>> My only success I have, is when I have a project defined with the java
>> source build path as the root of the project.
>>
>> If the project has source in a subdirectory (such as src/ as the
>> default layout of a project in eclipse) build fails.
>>
>> Is this expected behavior, or am I missing something here?
>>
>> Thanks for your thoughts,
>>
>> Bradley
>>
>
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