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Re: [aspectj-users] doesn't a handler-pointcut 'return'?

As the programming guide implementation notes point out, it is not 
possible to reliably determine the end of an exception handler 
in bytecode:


So this isn't really a compiler limitation (to be fixed), but is 
a limitation of bytecode weaving (which no weaver could solve).

As for workarounds, I know of half-measures, but no good 
workarounds for that use-case.  (It would be nice as a first cut 
if JQuery could evaluate predicates for handlers and throws clauses.)


> ------------Original Message------------
> From: Hermann VoÃeler <hermann.vosseler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: aspectj-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Tue, Oct-19-2004 12:16 PM
> Subject: Re: [aspectj-users] doesn't a handler-pointcut 'return'?
> > Hermann VoÃeler wrote:
> >>but this doesn't work due to a compiler limitaion (compiler prints
> >>a warning). Does anyone know a workaround?
> Eric Bodden wrote:
> > It could help to know what the warning actually says.
> "Only before advice is supported on handler join points
> (compiler limitation)"
> I use the compiler in
> plugins/org.aspectj.ajde_1.2.0/aspectjtools.jar
> -- 
> Hermann
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