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Where/how can I get source code? [message #31899] Tue, 16 March 2004 06:32 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: niksa_os.n.n

I'm new to AOP and I don't understand all for now.
From my experience with Java I understand better if I can see source code.

Where/how can I see source code generated with AspectJ?
With some Java decompiler?
Re: Where/how can I get source code? [message #32005 is a reply to message #31899] Thu, 18 March 2004 18:08 Go to previous message
Martin Kersten is currently offline Martin Kersten
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> I'm new to AOP and I don't understand all for now.
> From my experience with Java I understand better if I can see source code.
>
> Where/how can I see source code generated with AspectJ?
> With some Java decompiler?

Well do you mean byte code (you mentioned decompilers)
or java source code?

A couple of snippets can be seen by this pdf file:
http://dolphin.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~kazu0/aspectj/doc/tutorial/a spectj-tutorial.pdf

It demonstrates the basic features provided by AspectJ and shows some
limitations. But getting byte code of weaven applications, can be done
by every decompiler. The aspectJ compiler produces the Java compliant
byte code. So nearly every VM and every decompiler should be able
to handle that byte code.


Cheers,

Martin (Kersten)
Re: Where/how can I get source code? [message #576362 is a reply to message #31899] Thu, 18 March 2004 18:08 Go to previous message
Martin Kersten is currently offline Martin Kersten
Messages: 306
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
> I'm new to AOP and I don't understand all for now.
> From my experience with Java I understand better if I can see source code.
>
> Where/how can I see source code generated with AspectJ?
> With some Java decompiler?

Well do you mean byte code (you mentioned decompilers)
or java source code?

A couple of snippets can be seen by this pdf file:
http://dolphin.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~kazu0/aspectj/doc/tutorial/a spectj-tutorial.pdf

It demonstrates the basic features provided by AspectJ and shows some
limitations. But getting byte code of weaven applications, can be done
by every decompiler. The aspectJ compiler produces the Java compliant
byte code. So nearly every VM and every decompiler should be able
to handle that byte code.


Cheers,

Martin (Kersten)
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