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Re: [ajdt-dev] An error message mentioning org.eclipse.equinox.service.weaving
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- Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2010 15:19:21 -0800 (PST)
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>From: Andrew Eisenberg <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Saturday, December 4, 2010 0:16:28
>Subject: Re: [ajdt-dev] An error message mentioning
>You said that you have a 'jar' called org.aspectj.weaver...? It
>should be a 'folder' called org.aspectj.weaver.... How did you
>install AJDT? It looks like it is improperly installed.
>Did you install from an update site, or just by copying some jars into
>your eclipse plugins folder?
I've tried a couple of configurations. About twelve hours ago, I tried doing
just the jars without the update site.
Upon reading your message, I tried using the update site. I went through the
Help menu to the "install new software"
choice and plugged in the
The configuration crashed with the same error as before - it's still missing the
However, the plugins folder now has a folder called
org.aspectj.weaver_1.6etc. Within that folder there is an aspectjweaver jar.
When copied to a separate place and
unzipped in the name of science, it produces folders: org, aspectj, weaver,
loadtime, definition, and in that
last one is the Definition.class that somehow isn't getting through to the
process that needs it.
I agree that AJDT is improperly installed. I had previously built hand-crafted
code within Eclipse and possibly
I've leapfrogged ahead to advanced features without a real understanding of how
to use the intermediate features
of Eclipse that would make it possible to use advanced tools like AJDT.
In my defense, I looked around for documentation before blundering boldly ahead.
Did I miss a HOWTO somewhere?
Thanks for all the feedback.