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Re: [aspectj-users] Privileged aspect declration support by the AspectJ5 annotation
- From: Alexandre Vasseur <avasseur@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 09:00:20 +0100
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That is not supported and is unlikely to be. The #1 motivation for
@AspectJ style is to have aspect compiled by a regular javac, so
privileged aspects would break that.
On 11/27/05, Eiichiro Uchiumi <eiichirouchiumi@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, All
> I have a question about the matter of the subject.
> At the AspectJ5 Developer's Notebook / Chapter 9,
> it is written that " Privileged aspects are not supported by the annotation
> style. "
> As for this, does this have the person who knows
> whether it is scheduled to be supported by the release in the future?
> When the person who has the same problem comes,
> could you tell me what method you adopt to make an aspect that
> has to access(get/set) private fields .
> I'm sorry by poor English...
> Eiichiro Uchiumi (Tokyo/Japan)
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