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Re: [aspectj-dev] not recompiling on non-changes to aspect files?
- From: Nicholas Lesiecki <ndlesiecki@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 21:29:08 -0700
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I agree this would be sweet if possible. Though I am less concerned
about whitespace and more about method bodies...
On Mar 11, 2004, at 4:27 PM, Wes Isberg wrote:
In case this can be done in the brave, new (swizzled)
Is there any way to not recompile the world if a file
containing an aspect changes only in whitespace or comments?
Or only in the method bodies?
The cost of recompiling a file once you've parsed it in JDT
might be small enough, but recompiling the world for a
comment change in AJDT is a pain.
Of course, this could mean readjusting line references into the
aspect, including all the "from" references to declares, if/since
we copy rather than reference the source locations. Is that
the bigger problem? Sigh.
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