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Re: [aspectj-users] AJDT 1.6.2 not dealing with private members on privileged aspect

Hi Andrew,
we noticed yesterday that 1.6.2 is not giving a warning when a pointcut is expressed on a type which is not imported. Previous versions used to give a warning about unresolved types. I think this misbehavior could be connected with the reconciling mechanism as well.


Andrew Eisenberg wrote:

I raised bug 262404 to track this issue.

What you are seeing are reconciling errors (ie- eager parsing).  The
compiler is doing the right thing, but the editor is not recognizing
the privileged keyword.  For 1.6.2, we revamped the reconciling
mechanism so that aspects can use an eager parser and check for errors
as you type, but there is still some syntax that is not fully handled.

On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 5:57 AM, Neale Upstone <neale.upstone@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I've got two Eclipse 3.4.1 installs, each with the AJDT zip expanded to
dropins.  (I'm not using JDT Weaving – I had problems trying to install via
the 3.4 release builds update site)

The zips are the 1.6.2 and 1.6.1a release builds from the downloads page.

Code to access a private member of the target works in 1.6.1a, but gives
"The field x is not visible" in the editor (strangely not in the Problems
pane) under 1.6.2.

After a clean build, the code does run correctly and the aspect does seem to
be correctly woven (i.e. the advice is seen to be applied).

Is anyone aware of this.  It seems like there should be a regression test on
something like this.



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