|Looking for Class File ByteCode Weaving for Eclipse 2.1 [message #587913]
||Fri, 29 April 2005 20:13
Originally posted by: Jeffrey.Griffith.siemens.com|
The FAQ at http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj/doc/faq.html#q:bytecodeweavin g
mentions that bytecode weaving for class files might be available in
version 1.1. The quote is:
"If you have an application for using aspects and bytecode, please let the
AspectJ team know of your requirements. We expect to have a demonstration
classloader available in the 1.1 release or soon thereafter."
We have an application for it, but we're stuck with Eclipse 2.1 (for now).
Is a version of it available for this environment? If not, can I get
source? I tried using Eclipse to connect to CVS using the instructions at
http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj/doc/faq.html#q:buildingsource and the
Eclipse Project pages, but all I get is blank screens (it looks like
"anonymous" doesn't authenticate).
In general, we would like to use aspects to implement light-weight,
low-cost performance instrumentation during development. We've had too
many cases where unmaintained development instrumentation has created bugs
and we would like to strip out all non-production code from the code base.
Class file bytecode weaving would allow developers to attach
instrumentation at specific places without recompiling the code.
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