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Weaving an aspect into single class in jar [message #596584] Wed, 16 January 2008 09:38
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Originally posted by: nullnullschneider.gmail.com

Hey there,
I have the following problem:
There is a jar file "test.jar" that contains only class files and no source.
Lets say test.jar has the following files
/p1/class1.class
/p1/class2.class
/p2/class3.class

Now I want to weave an aspect only into /p1/class1.class!

When I do it via commandline I get an error.

ajc -1.5 @classes_1.lst -d injectedProject Injector_1.aj -inpath inject
where classes_1.lst contains /p1/class1.class

Is this possible to do this? Can the compiler access single class files in a
jar archive? How do I have to address them? How do I tell the compiler which
class files it should use?

The source of this problem is a massive memory usage when I weave it into
the whole jar at once. Therefore I want to use multiple compiler calls and
weave it step by step. Would the incremental weaving supported by the
compiler also be an alternative?

Thanks,
Daniel
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