The documentation can still be found on our docs page here:
You can ask any questions you might have in our #jbosstools channel on
freenode, either Rob or I should be there if you need some help =).
AFAIK, the AOP plugins work in Eclipse 3.2, but I'm not sure if they've
Tobias Frech wrote:
> Hi Marshall,
> ok, I'd like to at least try that. Depends a bit on if I can spend some
> project time on this or not. But let's try it.
> To whom could I turn to, to ask some basic questions like: What's those
> generated AOP stuff supposed to do? Why is it generated? Up to which
> Eclipse version the plugin has been maintain? Is there some
> documentation about the features that should alreasy work? And so on ...
> Marshall Culpepper schrieb:
>> Hi Tobias..
>> The AOP plugin has been deprecated/abandoned as we don't have any
>> resources to maintain it and the user base is extremely small (we might
>> get one question about per 6 months). If you are willing to make
>> contributions to bring it back to life, we'd be happy to resurrect it
>> and start releasing it as a part of JBossTools
>> Tobias Frech wrote:
>>> I talked with Max on the #jbosstools IRC channel @ freenode.org. I am
>>> trying to build a current JBoss Tools IDE and would like to know what
>>> the status of the AOP plugins are.
>>> I ran into some problems with xjc and couldn't get them to compile
>>> properly. Should the version from SVN work currently?
>>> Can I help somehow to get that stuff working?
>>> If I could get it to work we have someone in our project that likely
>>> would do some alpha testing of it.
>>> Tobias Frech
Redhat Dev Studio, JBoss Tools