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Getting Started [message #62815] Thu, 16 March 2006 17:04 Go to next message
Michael Giroux is currently offline Michael GirouxFriend
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There is an overwhelming amount of documentation available, and I've
spent a fair bit of time looking through it. I was hoping to find
something that gives me a really quick start for something simple like
writing a log record for every method entry and exit in a class. I was
looking for a cook book style document that would show how to instrument
existing java source to generate a log message on entry to a method, and
on every return statement from the method using ajdt.

Is this the sort of use case that ajdt is designed for?

Can someone point me to a cook book for this type of use?

Thanks
Michael Giroux
Re: Getting Started [message #62832 is a reply to message #62815] Fri, 17 March 2006 15:50 Go to previous message
Sunfire is currently offline SunfireFriend
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Hi,

In all materials I have read so far, I think the Eclipse AspectJ by Adrian
Colyer et al is a very good choice.
Re: Getting Started [message #592592 is a reply to message #62815] Fri, 17 March 2006 15:50 Go to previous message
Sunfire is currently offline SunfireFriend
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Hi,

In all materials I have read so far, I think the Eclipse AspectJ by Adrian
Colyer et al is a very good choice.
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