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Re: [aspectj-users] Intertype Questions after porting to 1.1.1
- From: Paul Christmann <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 11:41:50 -0600
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Wes Isberg wrote:
Hi Paul -
Thanks for upgrading!
Glad to. Sorry it took us so long! :)
In reverse order:
- Use the iajc task, not Ajc10, if you can.
(though results *should* be the same)
Definitely. I only used Ajc10 while trying to verify whether the
behavior I was seeing existed in earlier releases or not.
- Please do submit a bug for the reflective-invocation of
the constructor defined by the aspect (presumably publicly);
it will at least result in a doc clarification. Try it
first with the latest compiler.
- Is Reservation an interface?
I've tried it with Reservation as an interface, and found that the only
way I could get my test code to work was:
a) Reservation interface included the method, and
b) My Object in the TestCase was a Reservation object:
Reservation res = new ReservationImpl(argsGoHere);
If I wrote:
ReservationImpl res = new ReservationImpl(argsGoHere);
I still got the same behavior - I couldn't access the introduced method,
even though it was declared on the interface that ReservationImpl
implemented. As I read the rest of your email, I think you say that I
should expect what I did encounter - at least with 1.1.1 as released.
But I'm not going to look any further than this given that:
a) both you and Ron indicated that there was a known bug that has been
fixed in CVS Head, which I'm (unfortunately) not going to get to look at
b) I've found a perfectly reasonable work around - I actually didn't
need the intertype declarations, and could just move the methods onto
the affected class.
Hope this helps!
Definitely did, and thank you as well for the prompt response!
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