The AspectJ team has released AspectJ version 1.1.1. This release focused on improving the IDE support and fixing any significant compiler bugs. The structure model has been revamped so IDE plugins will show more structure (though not yet in incremental mode), and the performance and scalability has been improved for large projects.
- Posted by: Ryan LeCompte
- Posted on: September 22 2003 14:05 EDT
IDE plugins were also released for Eclipse, NetBeans, and JBuilder, to give support for the latest version of AspectJ.
AspectJ Home: http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj
View Changes in AspectJ 1.1.1
AspectJ Development Tools for Eclipse (AJDT) version 1.1.4
The Eclipse plugin has been updated to fully support AspectJ 1.1.1, and also includes numerous new features to make it asier for users to work with AspectJ.
These enhancements include:
- Editor templates
- MAC OS X support
- Enhanced program outline
AJDT Home: http://eclipse.org/ajdt
New and Noteworthy
Other IDE plugins
- AspectJ 1.1.1 and Accompanying Tools Released by Gilles Philippart on September 23 2003 09:02 EDT
- AspectJ 1.1.1 and Accompanying Tools Released by YOYO XXX on September 23 2003 10:49 EDT
- AspectJ 1.1.1 and Accompanying Tools Released by sumit kishore on September 23 2003 13:01 EDT
Where is exactly the Intellij's plugin :) ?
yup, please tell me, too.
> Where is exactly the Intellij's plugin :) ?
And what about for emacs? :)
I thought IDEA in its next version was going to have native support for AOP.
You can have a preview on the EAP web site of
IntelliJ : www.intellij.net
It looks pretty promising ... although it's still
pretty buggy :-)