AspectJ compiler and incrimental compilation?

Discussion in 'Java' started by Peter Litvak, Jan 15, 2004.

  1. Peter Litvak

    Peter Litvak Guest

    Hi,

    Is there any way to get an incremental compilation with AspectJ
    compiler using ANT task? The –incremental mode that described in the
    documentation is not what I need. In that mode you have to run your
    build script and then after full compilation is done the compiler is
    sitting there and waiting until you press ‘r' to rebuild (then it
    rebuilds only changed files) or ‘q' to quit. This is so called
    "online" mode. Where I need an "offline" mode because I use ANT build
    script from an IDE and I cannot have the compiler to idle.
    Basically I want to make AspectJ Ant task to behave pretty much like
    regular javac task.

    Any suggestions? Maybe there is another aspects compiler out there
    that does the job right?
    Peter Litvak, Jan 15, 2004
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