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- From: "Andrew Clement" <CLEMAS@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2003 19:52:22 +0000
- Delivered-to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As some of you know, I am looking at
this feature. The idea
is that we want to remove the requirement
that users package
up class files into a jar in order
to do binary weaving.
(Today, once they are packaged they
are passed in on
the -injars parameter)
I just prototyped the support for allowing
directories to be
passed in, in addition to jars. This
means the compiler
will weave into any class files it
finds in the directory
I just can't decide on the externals
and am after
My prototype extended -injars so that
it allowed directories
as well as zips/jars - so in fact -injars
like the classpath format now "a.zip;c:\mydir;b.jar".
runs like this:
ajc -injars c:\MyEclipseJavaProjectBinDir
Now, if only it was -inpath ...
So these are the options I see:
- Add a brand new -inpath option that
- Rename -injars to -inpath
- Just leave it as prototyped where
-injars has a 'looser'
I'm worried about the impact on:
- migration of stuff already out there
using the old option.
- documentation of the option
- amount of extra work I have to do