From the article:
The AspectJ Development Tools for Eclipse (AJDT) have recently undergone considerable changes, mainly to more fully integrate with the Eclipse platform. The changes also provide AspectJ developers with greater access to tooling support on the Eclipse platform. In this article, I'll introduce you to AJDT 1.2 for Eclipse 3.0, which was released in June, and AJDT 1.3 for Eclipse 3.1, which is due for release in September (early development builds are available now).As series lead, I welcome commentary from the community regarding individual articles and the series as a whole.
A great deal has changed since AJDT 1.1, so this article should be of interest both to developers new to AJDT, and those familiar with earlier versions. Instead of repeatedly pointing out exactly what has changed and how, I'll use this article to take a fresh look at the current AJDT functionality and approach.