Chapter 4. More AJDT

This chapter covers some of the basic facilities in AJDT that we didn’t get to during Chapters 2 and 3—including the answer to everyone’s favorite question, “But what about debugging?” This chapter covers the following topics:

  • Compiler settings and build options

  • Debugging

  • Editor templates and the Outline view toolbar

  • Generating documentation (ajdoc)

  • AspectJ help, examples and cheat sheets

Building an ASPECTJ Project

In the last two chapters, we were using AJDT in its default mode, in which a full build of your project occurs every time that you save a file. When working with larger projects, this can be too slow. This section shows you how to turn on incremental compilation, and how to trigger builds manually. You also learn how ...

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