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RE: [aspectj-users] AJDT 1.2.0M3 released

Hi Fintan,

It's good to see my Eclipse version checking is working :)

There are two different versions of AJDT, one for Eclipse 3.0 and another 
for Eclipse 3.1M6. Both zip files are however called 
"ajdt_1.2.0M3_archive.zip". So you need the Eclipse 3.1M6 one, here is a 
direct URL (all on one line):


It would be better if the Eclipse version was included in the name of the 
file - I'll look into doing that, although it would complicate our build 

By the way, if you can download the zip from your web browser, you might 
still be able to use the Update Manager - if you know the name of your 
proxy server you can enter it under Window -> Preferences -> 
Install/Update -> Proxy settings.



Matt Chapman, mchapman@xxxxxxxxxx
AJDT Development, http://www.eclipse.org/ajdt 

aspectj-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 19/04/2005 12:52:54:
> Hi,
> I am having a problem installing the M3 version of AJDT. 
> I have installed the 3.1M6 (Build Id from About... =  I20050401-1645)
> version of eclipse in a fresh directory.  Started, closed,  restarted
> and it works OK.  I installed the M3 version of AJDT
> (ajdt_1.2.0M3_archive.zip)and started eclipse.  Immediately it comes up
> with this error "This version of AJDT does not match the current version
> of Eclipse.  It will almost certainly fail to function correctly.
> Please uninstall this version and visit
> http://eclipse.org/ajdt/download.html to obtain an appropriate version.
> Expected Eclipse version: 3.0 Found Eclipse version: 3.1".
> While I know that this release should work with 3.0, it should also work
> with 3.1M6.
> When I click on an AspectJ project in the package explorer I get the
> following message : "AspectJ Error
> Compile error, caught Throwable: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> Org/eclipse/jsd/internal/core/util/SimpleLookupTable
> Reason:
> Compile error, caught Throwable: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> Org/eclipse/jsd/internal/core/util/SimpleLookupTable"
> Double clicking on a .aj file (to show it in the editor) throws up: "An
> error has occurred.  See error log for more details".  Surprisingly
> there is NO error log to be found!
> Notes :
> In the About box clicking on the AJ Eclipse symbol shows : Eclipse
> AspectJ Development Tools
> Version: 1.2.0
> Build id: 20050413151050
> AspectJ version: 1.5.0M2
> Due to firewall restrictions I have to install Eclipse + plugins
> manually rather than through the Update Manager.
> Any help in getting this up and running would be appreciated,
> Thanks,
> Fintan