I have an Maven-enabled eclipse project that is also configured for use with the AspectJ compiler. *.aj files are located in /src/main/java subdirectory. (Is that best-practice/recommended?)
Now, when I call "Update Project Configuration", the java source folders get an attribute "Included: **/*.java".
As a consequence, the aspects aren't included on the build path anymore. Java classes refering to the aspects don't compile anymore.
I just noticed this behaviour on
- Eclipse Indigo SR 2 with m2e 1.0.200, m2e WTP 0.15.2, AJDT 2.2.0, Maven Integration for AJDT 0.13.0
Is that intentional or am I missing something? Why is that "Included"-setting necessary? Any known workarounds besides not calling "Update Project Configuration"?
Please let me know, if something is unclear or if you need more info.