AspectJ-1.1.1 is now available at http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj
For this release we focused on improving the IDE support
fixing any significant compiler bugs. We revamped the structure model
so IDE plugins will show more structure (though not yet in
incremental mode), and we improved the performance and scalability for large projects. 1.1.0 was a first release
of binary weaving,
so we also fixed some important -injars bugs users found. You can
find key changes described in 1.1.1's changes.html
file linked from our homepage and in the distribution. A complete list
of fixes can be obtained from bugzilla using target milestone 1.1.1:
This is a release of the command-line compiler and ant tasks, look out
for companion IDE integration announcements coming
We'd like to shift our attention to AspectJ 1.2, and
help free up time for that by participating on the mailing
lists and by submitting bugs, test cases, and patches for the
1.1.X stream. More than ever, we're relying on the bug database
to prioritize goals and tasks for 1.1.X or 1.2.
If you want a feature or disagree with a bug priority, feel free
to discuss it on the lists, but make sure the important stuff
gets into the database where we have to answer!
On that note, here are some of the people who helped with 1.1.1:
Patches were submitted by Andy Clement, George Harley and Matthew
Webster. We especially appreciate the effort that goes into understanding
fixing problems in the codebase.
Easy to reproduce bug reports were submitted by Igor
Ribeiro, Matthew Webster, Pedro Nunes, Charles Zhang, Ron Bodkin, Takao
Nakaguchi, Andy Clement, Chris Bozic, Keith Sader, Stefano Turri, and Macneil Shonle. We recognize the difficulty of producing
clear minimal test cases from bugs found in large systems and appreciate
the work that goes into these reports.