Fyi, I’m going to have 54238 closed out early PST tomorrow.
Thanks for that 1.3 fix—yes there
is nothing fundamental stopping ajdoc from running under 1.3. I just need
to tell the security manager the right thing on that exec, and will do that tomorrow
aspectj-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:aspectj-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of AdrianColyer Sent:Friday, April 02, 2004 To: aspectj-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [aspectj-dev] Progress
towards 1.2 release candidate (and some actions...)
We're getting very close to a 1.2 release candidate
I've created initial versions of README-12, the changes file and the
porting guide, which are in docs/dist/docs. Please could the committers take a
read through and check that I've represented your features correctly, and that
you are happy with the content, style, etc. etc..Any minor changes you want to
make please just go ahead and commit them.
Load-time weaving support is checked in
I've patched ajdoc (Mik - the method you were calling to launch javadoc does a
System.exit() on JDK 1.3, which rather stops things in their tracks. I've added
a test to only proceed under the new execute method in 1.4, and to fail
gracefully under 1.3. Not sure what your intentions were for 1.3 support? I'm
ok with a statement that says you need 1.4 or later to run ajdoc).
George is wrestling with the build
system to get ajdoc to appear in all the right places. Mostly working following
your instructions Wes, but we've found
that aspectjtools.jar was picking up all sorts of stuff - including the entire
contents of (Sun's) tools.jar. George
has a workaround for now, will need to be looked at more closely soon.
There's some issue with the packaging / installing I haven't had a chance to
look into yet - README-12 refers to a couple of images in an images
subdirectory. These are fine in CVS, and make it into the distribution, but
appear to be corrupted at some point during the packaging or installation
process, such that the ones you see in an installed distribution are no good.
I've trawled through the bug DB again, and the only remaining bug I would
really like to see fixed before a release candidate is 57238. Erik, Jim we
need your help on this one please (Erik,
this is the bug we talked briefly about at AOSD 2004 last week). I know
of at least one project team using AspectJ for which this is a blocker, but it
is not straightforward to determine what the correct behaviour should be, nor
how to implement it. See some comments in the bug db.
Please take a look through the bug db for yourselves to see if there are any
other bugs you consider must-do's for a 1.2 release candidate. Mik, what about