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Advice information for classes in other projects [message #40426] Fri, 27 August 2004 02:18 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: solomono.yahoo.com

It appears that the outline view for an aspect only shows classes that are
advised which are in the same Eclipse
project. Is there a way to show advised projects in other
projects
Thanks
Solomon
Re: Advice information for classes in other projects [message #42089 is a reply to message #40426] Mon, 04 October 2004 16:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: geirAoves.online.no

I have the same question !! Please help !

Anybody reported this as a bug?

Geir Ove


"Solomon Obi" <solomono@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:cgm5gh$u1u$1@eclipse.org...
> It appears that the outline view for an aspect only shows classes that
are
> advised which are in the same Eclipse
> project. Is there a way to show advised projects in other
> projects
> Thanks
> Solomon
>
>
Re: Advice information for classes in other projects [message #42287 is a reply to message #42089] Tue, 05 October 2004 09:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: adrian_colyer.uk.ibm.com

Geir Ove wrote:

> I have the same question !! Please help !

> Anybody reported this as a bug?

> Geir Ove


> "Solomon Obi" <solomono@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:cgm5gh$u1u$1@eclipse.org...
> > It appears that the outline view for an aspect only shows classes that
> are
> > advised which are in the same Eclipse
> > project. Is there a way to show advised projects in other
> > projects
> > Thanks
> > Solomon
> >
> >

There have been a set of related questions around this topic recently.
Rather than answer with all of the details inline in each thread, I've
created a short piece describing the use of classpath, inpath, and
aspectpath and what they all mean when working across multiple projects in
AJDT:

http://www.aspectprogrammer.org/blogs/adrian/2004/10/three_p aths_sta.html.

Hope this helps to clarify things a little for you. Advised types from
entries on the inpath should show as "binary type" links in the outline
view.

Regards, Adrian.
Re: Advice information for classes in other projects [message #42636 is a reply to message #42287] Tue, 12 October 2004 00:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: geirAoves.online.no

Hello,

I am sorry, but your blog in paths does NOT solve the original problem!
Also, the examples on path usage need to be more concrete to be useful: E.g.
Should BOTH projects be AJDT projects? I have ONE AspectJ Project A and one
Java Project B: I want project B to be woven with the aspects in A. I have
managed that (although I do not now if it is done correctly), but I still do
NOT SEE the affected Methods in neither Project A or B.



Geir Ove

"Adrian Colyer" <adrian_colyer@uk.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:cjtqhi$7md$1@eclipse.org...
> Geir Ove wrote:
>
> > I have the same question !! Please help !
>
> > Anybody reported this as a bug?
>
> > Geir Ove
>
>
> > "Solomon Obi" <solomono@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> > news:cgm5gh$u1u$1@eclipse.org...
> > > It appears that the outline view for an aspect only shows classes
that
> > are
> > > advised which are in the same Eclipse
> > > project. Is there a way to show advised projects in other
> > > projects
> > > Thanks
> > > Solomon
> > >
> > >
>
> There have been a set of related questions around this topic recently.
> Rather than answer with all of the details inline in each thread, I've
> created a short piece describing the use of classpath, inpath, and
> aspectpath and what they all mean when working across multiple projects in
> AJDT:
>
> http://www.aspectprogrammer.org/blogs/adrian/2004/10/three_p aths_sta.html.
>
> Hope this helps to clarify things a little for you. Advised types from
> entries on the inpath should show as "binary type" links in the outline
> view.
>
> Regards, Adrian.
>
Re: Advice information for classes in other projects [message #42728 is a reply to message #42636] Tue, 12 October 2004 13:55 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: mchapman.uk.ibm.com

On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 02:37:16 +0200, Geir Ove wrote:
> I am sorry, but your blog in paths does NOT solve the original problem!
> Also, the examples on path usage need to be more concrete to be useful:
> E.g. Should BOTH projects be AJDT projects? I have ONE AspectJ Project A
> and one Java Project B: I want project B to be woven with the aspects in
> A. I have managed that (although I do not now if it is done correctly),
> but I still do NOT SEE the affected Methods in neither Project A or B.

Both projects need to be AspectJ projects. In order for aspects to be
woven into the classes in project B, project B needs to be built with the
AspectJ compiler, and project B needs to have an aspectpath setting
telling it where to get the aspects from. Both of these conditions require
project B to be an AspectJ project.

Could this be the cause of the problem you reported in bug 75594?

Regards,

Matt.
Re: Advice information for classes in other projects [message #583787 is a reply to message #40426] Mon, 04 October 2004 16:54 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: geirAoves.online.no

I have the same question !! Please help !

Anybody reported this as a bug?

Geir Ove


"Solomon Obi" <solomono@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:cgm5gh$u1u$1@eclipse.org...
> It appears that the outline view for an aspect only shows classes that
are
> advised which are in the same Eclipse
> project. Is there a way to show advised projects in other
> projects
> Thanks
> Solomon
>
>
Re: Advice information for classes in other projects [message #583911 is a reply to message #42089] Tue, 05 October 2004 09:46 Go to previous message
Adrian Colyer is currently offline Adrian ColyerFriend
Messages: 61
Registered: July 2009
Member
Geir Ove wrote:

> I have the same question !! Please help !

> Anybody reported this as a bug?

> Geir Ove


> "Solomon Obi" <solomono@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:cgm5gh$u1u$1@eclipse.org...
> > It appears that the outline view for an aspect only shows classes that
> are
> > advised which are in the same Eclipse
> > project. Is there a way to show advised projects in other
> > projects
> > Thanks
> > Solomon
> >
> >

There have been a set of related questions around this topic recently.
Rather than answer with all of the details inline in each thread, I've
created a short piece describing the use of classpath, inpath, and
aspectpath and what they all mean when working across multiple projects in
AJDT:

http://www.aspectprogrammer.org/blogs/adrian/2004/10/three_p aths_sta.html

Hope this helps to clarify things a little for you. Advised types from
entries on the inpath should show as "binary type" links in the outline
view.

Regards, Adrian.
Re: Advice information for classes in other projects [message #584096 is a reply to message #42287] Tue, 12 October 2004 00:37 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: geirAoves.online.no

Hello,

I am sorry, but your blog in paths does NOT solve the original problem!
Also, the examples on path usage need to be more concrete to be useful: E.g.
Should BOTH projects be AJDT projects? I have ONE AspectJ Project A and one
Java Project B: I want project B to be woven with the aspects in A. I have
managed that (although I do not now if it is done correctly), but I still do
NOT SEE the affected Methods in neither Project A or B.



Geir Ove

"Adrian Colyer" <adrian_colyer@uk.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:cjtqhi$7md$1@eclipse.org...
> Geir Ove wrote:
>
> > I have the same question !! Please help !
>
> > Anybody reported this as a bug?
>
> > Geir Ove
>
>
> > "Solomon Obi" <solomono@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> > news:cgm5gh$u1u$1@eclipse.org...
> > > It appears that the outline view for an aspect only shows classes
that
> > are
> > > advised which are in the same Eclipse
> > > project. Is there a way to show advised projects in other
> > > projects
> > > Thanks
> > > Solomon
> > >
> > >
>
> There have been a set of related questions around this topic recently.
> Rather than answer with all of the details inline in each thread, I've
> created a short piece describing the use of classpath, inpath, and
> aspectpath and what they all mean when working across multiple projects in
> AJDT:
>
> http://www.aspectprogrammer.org/blogs/adrian/2004/10/three_p aths_sta.html
>
> Hope this helps to clarify things a little for you. Advised types from
> entries on the inpath should show as "binary type" links in the outline
> view.
>
> Regards, Adrian.
>
Re: Advice information for classes in other projects [message #584143 is a reply to message #42636] Tue, 12 October 2004 13:55 Go to previous message
Matt Chapman is currently offline Matt ChapmanFriend
Messages: 429
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 02:37:16 +0200, Geir Ove wrote:
> I am sorry, but your blog in paths does NOT solve the original problem!
> Also, the examples on path usage need to be more concrete to be useful:
> E.g. Should BOTH projects be AJDT projects? I have ONE AspectJ Project A
> and one Java Project B: I want project B to be woven with the aspects in
> A. I have managed that (although I do not now if it is done correctly),
> but I still do NOT SEE the affected Methods in neither Project A or B.

Both projects need to be AspectJ projects. In order for aspects to be
woven into the classes in project B, project B needs to be built with the
AspectJ compiler, and project B needs to have an aspectpath setting
telling it where to get the aspects from. Both of these conditions require
project B to be an AspectJ project.

Could this be the cause of the problem you reported in bug 75594?

Regards,

Matt.
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