I have @Configurable running with both build-time and load-time weaving. Although the LTW version has a problem with the Spring 2.0rc3 because of a bug in AspectJ 1.5.2 (see https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=153572).
I have just perpared a small eclipse project showing the build-time weaving in an Eclipse AJDT project. You need the same configuration in the spring context as with LTW.
Then you have to add spring-aspects.jar to the AspectJ Aspect Path, because that's where the aspect handling the @Configurable can be found. The same can of course also be done with Maven or Ant.Code:
<bean class="com.trivadis.aop.configurable.Address" singleton="false">
<property name="codeRepository" ref="codeRepository"/>
<bean id="codeRepository" class="com.trivadis.aop.configurable.CodeRepositoryImpl"/>
I've uploaded the sample eclipse project with this post. Just run the unit test in ConfigurableTest.
Hope it helps!