We recently upgraded from Roo 1.1.5 to 1.2.1 .
Roo will not regenerate AspectJ files unless you explicetly tell it to. That is I have to add a dummy field as a work around for Roo to start tracking the entity for future updates.
For example if went into my project and did:
And then boot up roo. Nothing will happen. For new projects it works fine but for my existing project nothing gets updated even if I do:
bash$ find . -name "*.aj" | xargs rm
Whats most annoying is I have seen this behavior before where Roo will just stop updating the aspectj files with no error logged.
In the past I have to manually delete code till it worked and its usually been either an abstract class or some weird inner class that's caused the problem. It would be nice if Roo just told me which class it was barfing on.
Is there anyway to turn on debugging for Roo?