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[aspectj-users] IDE support for 'privileged' modifier

I enabled AspectJ tooling on a project in Eclipse, then I needed to
create a new Aspect with 'privileged' modifier.  I think I notice two
things:

1) Checking the 'privileged' modifier checkbox in the new aspect
wizard didn't result in the privileged keyword/modifier in my new
Aspect file.
2) When I went to add it in the editor, it wasn't supported as a
content assist editor suggestion after typing p-CTRL-SPACE.

For 2) I found [1], but I accept that content-assist won't find
private methods, but I thought it might offer the actual keyword in
the aspect declaration.

Anyone else confirm these, are they unreported to-date?

Plugin-spy data:

The active wizard class:
NewAspectCreationWizard
The contributing plug-in:
org.eclipse.ajdt.ui (2.1.3.e36x-20110315-1000)

The active page class:
NewAspectWizardPage
The contributing plug-in:
org.eclipse.ajdt.ui (2.1.3.e36x-20110315-1000)

The active editor class:
AspectJEditor
The contributing plug-in:
org.eclipse.ajdt.ui (2.1.3.e36x-20110315-1000)
The active editor identifier:
org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.editor.CompilationUnitEditor
The active menu contribution identifiers:
org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.editor.CompilationUnitEditor.EditorContext
#AbstractTextEditorContext
#CompilationUnitEditorContext
#AbstractTextEditorRulerContext
#AJCompilationUnitRulerContext
org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.editor.CompilationUnitEditor.RulerContext
#OverviewRulerContext


Cheers
Brett

[1] https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=263556