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Hi Keven,

I have spoken too soon!  Although we don't give the warning, we don't actually weave
Runnable into your inner class!  So, I believe it is a bug, please raise and include your test
program - thanks.

cheers,
Andy.



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Hi Keven,


I believe this is fixed in the current AspectJ codebase (we hope to release it as AspectJ 1.2.1 shortly).

I tried your program, got the warning on 1.2 and then no warning on the latest build of AJ.


If you want to download it now, we always keep the most recent good build at:


http://download.eclipse.org/technology/ajdt/dev/aspectj-DEVELOPMENT.jar


The build at this location has always passed the entire test suite for AspectJ, the most recent is from

13:46 today.


regards,

Andy.

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AspectJ/AJDT



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I'm running into problems using declare parents on non-public classes.  
When the code below is compiled, it runs fine (as expected).  If,
however, the package declaration is uncommented, and the declares parent
is changed to the currently commented out line, then AJC reports the
following:

RunnableAspect.aj:2 warning no match for this type name:
mypackage$MyClass$MyInnerClass [Xlint:invalidAbsoluteTypeName]
    [ajc] declare parents: mypackage.MyClass$MyInnerClass implements
Runnable;
    [ajc]                  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


If the inner-class is defined as "public", then there is no problem with
the compilation.

If the inner-class is moved outside of "MyClass", but defined in the
same java file, the compilation fails as well.

This suggests that there is a problem with declare parents and
non-public classes.  Is this known/expected?  If not, I'll be happy to
file a bug report.  I'm using the AspectJ 1.2.

Thanks!

<MyClass.java>

// package mypackage;

public class MyClass {
public MyClass() {
  MyInnerClass mic = new MyClass.MyInnerClass();
  if (mic instanceof Runnable)
    mic.run();
}

class MyInnerClass {
  public void run() {
    System.out.println("In MyInnerClass.run()!!");
  }
}

public static void main(String args[]) {
  new MyClass();
}
}

</MyClass.java>

<RunnableAspect.aj>
public aspect RunnableAspect {
declare parents: MyClass$MyInnerClass implements Runnable;
// declare parents: mypackage.MyClass$MyInnerClass implements Runnable;
}
</RunnableAspect.aj>

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