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Re: [aspectj-users] AJDT Magical Disappearing classes...

Ron,

Thanks for the information, that should help narrow it down. See also
bug 132314 for a similar issue.

To help debug future occurrences of problems like this, I've made use
of the expanded event trace capabilities in AJDT 1.4 dev builds to add
a new trace category called "Compiler / Task list messages". This is
disabled by default, so needs to be enabled via the filters button of
the AJDT Event Trace view. This is only available in dev build
1.4.0.20060509092419 (or later) for Eclipse 3.2RC3.

Regards,

Matt.

On 09/05/06, Ron DiFrango <rdifrango@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Glad to hear I am not the only one.  I can narrow it down to one of the following situations:

1) Jar file on InPath is dependent upon an external jar and you do not have it associated with your project.

2 Or in my case, I think it is puking [without telling me] because the library I am weaving into is not compatible with JDK 1.5 because it has variables name enum and it should not.

Fortunately for me, this library is "Open Source", so I am just going to include it on my project.  But it should would be nice to have this fixed ASAP.

Ron

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It's been a significant problem for me too, although I haven't had a chance to narrow it down. In my case, the best approach is to run ant builds to find out the compiler error.



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AJDT Dev Team.

I am experiencing an interesting phenomon, if the AJDT compile experiences an issue during a compile, it just flat out stops and does not emit an error message.

My configuration is as follows:

Eclipse SDK

Version: 3.1.1

Build id: M20050929-0840

Eclipse AspectJ Development Tools

Version: 1.3.1

Build id: 20060410063641

AspectJ version: 1.5.1a

JDK:

C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_04

I have partiallly got around this for source cod by making it temporarily a Java project then get the "real" compiler errors.  Correcting them and re-enabling the Aspectj Nature.  But for aspects that apply to JAR's on the InPath this does not work.

Any thoughts as this is really hindering my progress.

Ron


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