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Mysterious "Joinpoint Probe" view? [message #50500] Mon, 18 April 2005 02:10 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gan-zhi.cs.sjtu.edu.cn

Hi, all

I'm eavluating the newest version of ajdt. And I'm trying to extent AJDT. When I
read file "c:\eclipse
3.1\plugins\org.eclipse.ajdt.ui_1.2.0.20050413151050\plugin. xml ", I found
something very interesting as follows:

<!-- Joinpoint Probe definitions -->
<!-- temporarily removed from plugin till Swing Gui can be converted to
SWT and user-interaction model worked out.
<extension
point="org.eclipse.ui.views">
<view
name="Joinpoint Probe"
icon="icons/actions/joinPointProbeView.gif"
category="org.eclipse.ajdt.ui.cat"
class="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView "
id="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView ">
</view>
</extension>
-->
<!-- AJDT Help -->

Just for curious, can someone please tell me what's the function of "Joinpoint
Probe" view? Can it help us building pointcuts?

James Gan
Re: Mysterious "Joinpoint Probe" view? [message #50640 is a reply to message #50500] Tue, 19 April 2005 18:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: beatmik.acm.org

The Joinpoint probe is a prototype feature that was implmeneted in the
AspectJ 1.0/1.1 timeframe. In a nutshell, it let you type a pointcut and
see the join points that the pointcut would affect.

This is a potentially useful feature, but the UI and implementation were
prototype quality. A better UI would probably be allowing you to select a
pointcut, either in .aj or .ajpage file, and clicking somethign like "show
matched join points" in order to have a view populate.

Mik

"James Gan" <gan-zhi@cs.sjtu.edu.cn> wrote in message
news:d3vjb5$b7t$1@news.eclipse.org...
> Hi, all
>
> I'm eavluating the newest version of ajdt. And I'm trying to extent AJDT.
> When I read file "c:\eclipse
> 3.1\plugins\org.eclipse.ajdt.ui_1.2.0.20050413151050\plugin. xml ", I found
> something very interesting as follows:
>
> <!-- Joinpoint Probe definitions -->
> <!-- temporarily removed from plugin till Swing Gui can be converted to
> SWT and user-interaction model worked out.
> <extension
> point="org.eclipse.ui.views">
> <view
> name="Joinpoint Probe"
> icon="icons/actions/joinPointProbeView.gif"
> category="org.eclipse.ajdt.ui.cat"
>
> class="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView "
> id="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView ">
> </view>
> </extension>
> -->
> <!-- AJDT Help -->
>
> Just for curious, can someone please tell me what's the function of
> "Joinpoint Probe" view? Can it help us building pointcuts?
>
> James Gan
Re: Mysterious "Joinpoint Probe" view? [message #50668 is a reply to message #50640] Tue, 19 April 2005 20:54 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gan-zhi.cs.sjtu.edu.cn

Thank you for your kind help. I now understand it!

James Gan

news.eclipse.org wrote:
> The Joinpoint probe is a prototype feature that was implmeneted in the
> AspectJ 1.0/1.1 timeframe. In a nutshell, it let you type a pointcut and
> see the join points that the pointcut would affect.
>
> This is a potentially useful feature, but the UI and implementation were
> prototype quality. A better UI would probably be allowing you to select a
> pointcut, either in .aj or .ajpage file, and clicking somethign like "show
> matched join points" in order to have a view populate.
>
> Mik
>
> "James Gan" <gan-zhi@cs.sjtu.edu.cn> wrote in message
> news:d3vjb5$b7t$1@news.eclipse.org...
>
>>Hi, all
>>
>>I'm eavluating the newest version of ajdt. And I'm trying to extent AJDT.
>>When I read file "c:\eclipse
>> 3.1\plugins\org.eclipse.ajdt.ui_1.2.0.20050413151050\plugin. xml ", I found
>>something very interesting as follows:
>>
>><!-- Joinpoint Probe definitions -->
>><!-- temporarily removed from plugin till Swing Gui can be converted to
>> SWT and user-interaction model worked out.
>> <extension
>> point="org.eclipse.ui.views">
>> <view
>> name="Joinpoint Probe"
>> icon="icons/actions/joinPointProbeView.gif"
>> category="org.eclipse.ajdt.ui.cat"
>>
>>class="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView "
>> id="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView ">
>> </view>
>> </extension>
>>-->
>><!-- AJDT Help -->
>>
>>Just for curious, can someone please tell me what's the function of
>>"Joinpoint Probe" view? Can it help us building pointcuts?
>>
>>James Gan
>
>
>
Re: Mysterious "Joinpoint Probe" view? [message #587724 is a reply to message #50500] Tue, 19 April 2005 18:04 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: beatmik.acm.org

The Joinpoint probe is a prototype feature that was implmeneted in the
AspectJ 1.0/1.1 timeframe. In a nutshell, it let you type a pointcut and
see the join points that the pointcut would affect.

This is a potentially useful feature, but the UI and implementation were
prototype quality. A better UI would probably be allowing you to select a
pointcut, either in .aj or .ajpage file, and clicking somethign like "show
matched join points" in order to have a view populate.

Mik

"James Gan" <gan-zhi@cs.sjtu.edu.cn> wrote in message
news:d3vjb5$b7t$1@news.eclipse.org...
> Hi, all
>
> I'm eavluating the newest version of ajdt. And I'm trying to extent AJDT.
> When I read file "c:\eclipse
> 3.1\plugins\org.eclipse.ajdt.ui_1.2.0.20050413151050\plugin. xml ", I found
> something very interesting as follows:
>
> <!-- Joinpoint Probe definitions -->
> <!-- temporarily removed from plugin till Swing Gui can be converted to
> SWT and user-interaction model worked out.
> <extension
> point="org.eclipse.ui.views">
> <view
> name="Joinpoint Probe"
> icon="icons/actions/joinPointProbeView.gif"
> category="org.eclipse.ajdt.ui.cat"
>
> class="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView "
> id="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView ">
> </view>
> </extension>
> -->
> <!-- AJDT Help -->
>
> Just for curious, can someone please tell me what's the function of
> "Joinpoint Probe" view? Can it help us building pointcuts?
>
> James Gan
Re: Mysterious "Joinpoint Probe" view? [message #587734 is a reply to message #50640] Tue, 19 April 2005 20:54 Go to previous message
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Thank you for your kind help. I now understand it!

James Gan

news.eclipse.org wrote:
> The Joinpoint probe is a prototype feature that was implmeneted in the
> AspectJ 1.0/1.1 timeframe. In a nutshell, it let you type a pointcut and
> see the join points that the pointcut would affect.
>
> This is a potentially useful feature, but the UI and implementation were
> prototype quality. A better UI would probably be allowing you to select a
> pointcut, either in .aj or .ajpage file, and clicking somethign like "show
> matched join points" in order to have a view populate.
>
> Mik
>
> "James Gan" <gan-zhi@cs.sjtu.edu.cn> wrote in message
> news:d3vjb5$b7t$1@news.eclipse.org...
>
>>Hi, all
>>
>>I'm eavluating the newest version of ajdt. And I'm trying to extent AJDT.
>>When I read file "c:\eclipse
>> 3.1\plugins\org.eclipse.ajdt.ui_1.2.0.20050413151050\plugin. xml ", I found
>>something very interesting as follows:
>>
>><!-- Joinpoint Probe definitions -->
>><!-- temporarily removed from plugin till Swing Gui can be converted to
>> SWT and user-interaction model worked out.
>> <extension
>> point="org.eclipse.ui.views">
>> <view
>> name="Joinpoint Probe"
>> icon="icons/actions/joinPointProbeView.gif"
>> category="org.eclipse.ajdt.ui.cat"
>>
>>class="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView "
>> id="org.eclipse.ajdt.internal.ui.wizards.JoinPointProbeView ">
>> </view>
>> </extension>
>>-->
>><!-- AJDT Help -->
>>
>>Just for curious, can someone please tell me what's the function of
>>"Joinpoint Probe" view? Can it help us building pointcuts?
>>
>>James Gan
>
>
>
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