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Re: [aspectj-users] Building Eclipse from source using AspectJ; Checkpointing; Tracing
If you want to weave Eclipse then a
better approach would be load-time weaving. Please take a look at the Aspects
Equinox Incubator http://www.eclipse.org/equinox/incubator/aspects/index.php.
You can pick and choose the plug-ins that need weaving rather than trying
to build the whole platform from scratch.
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I am interested in integrating a programming
language into Eclipse, and I am trying to figure out how to go about understanding
how Eclipse works. To this end, I thought of running Eclipse in a
debugger to understand its dynamic behavior. If that would be the
case, I think it would be useful to have some sort of tracing and/or checkpointing
support as well as logging. Because of these issues, AspectJ came
to mind because aspects would be a good way to implement these features.
At this time I desire to know, can Eclipse 3.2 be built from source
using AspectJ? I am the Ant build files would need to be altered.
Currently, I am have trouble compiling Eclipse 3.2 using regular
Java, getting tens of thousands of errors. I addressed this problem
with another newsgroup, but additionally if anyone has an idea here, I
would appreciate it. Also, could someone comment on the feasibility
of implementing the above features using AspectJ?
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