We're on the run-in to an AspectJ 1.2
release, and a lot of improvements have been going into the codebase of
late. We wanted to make these updates available to users who are prepared
to be "on the bleeding edge" and work with pre-release versions
of the compiler. AspectJ is automatically built and tested (using CruiseControl)
whenever a commit is made to the CVS tree. Each time a build passes all
of the release tests, we are now making it available for download from
the eclipse.org site. This build is known as the "last known good,"
or "best so far" build.
You can always download the most recent
last-known-good build from: http://download.eclipse.org/technology/ajdt/dev/aspectj-DEVELOPMENT.jar.
You will also find a link from the download page of the AspectJ project
(http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj). If you find problems in a last-known-good
build, please be sure to identify it as such in any bugzilla report.