This page gives some basic information on how to use the AXDT Plug-in. Note that using the tool requires some familiarity with the Eclipse Workbench. Read the Workbench User Guide (available in the Eclipse help) if needed.
To get started with AXDT quickly watch the
This demo gives an overview of the main functionalities of AXDT. It demonstrates how to set up the project, write aspect programs for the AspectX language and how AXDT assists you with the weaving process.
AXDT works with any kind of Eclipse project: C/C++ Projects, Java Projects, Simple Projects etc. In this demo we use a Managed Make C++ Project which is provided by the C/C++ Development Tools (CDT) installed in order to use the Managed Make C++ Project as show in the demo. CDT is available from http://www.eclipse.org/cdt/. For Java source code you'd use a Java Project.