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June 21, 2004

Using Eclipse 2.1, but want to use the latest AspectJ compiler?

If you're using Eclipse 2.1 (perhaps because you're working with WebSphere Studio Application Developer, or you just haven't been keeping up with the stream of Eclipse 3.0 releases - RC3 was out this weekend btw.) then until now you've been stuck with the 1.1.1 version of the Aspectj compiler that is bundled with AJDT 1.1.4/1.1.6. Andy (Clement) just released a set of scripts that can be used to update the AspectJ compiler versions used by those releases, so you can now upgrade to the 1.2 compiler.

In related news, Carlos Sanchez announced version 3.1 of the Maven AspectJ plugin today.

Posted by adrian at June 21, 2004 05:20 PM [permalink]


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