|Re: [aspectj-users] Is there any test tool for AspectJ?|
Hi Guofeng, It is worth checking out aunit at www.aunit.org. This is a project that I've been putting together for a (long) time now and am hoping to have finished (as a decent first version) early in the new year. At the moment aunit is a very basic testing framework for aspects, but I've got lots of ideas for improvements that will be in place soon so please take a look at let me know what you'd like to see in it. Cheers, Russ Miles On Thursday, December 29, 2005, at 09:29AM, Guofeng Zhang <guofeng@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > ><<Original Attached>>_______________________________________________ >aspectj-users mailing list >aspectj-users@xxxxxxxxxxx >https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/aspectj-users > >
After studying AspectJ for months, we decide to use it in our project to implement a feature like the log mechanism.
We want to confirm that all the join points we care about are woven. The join points are in the jars developed by the other team.
Is there a way to write a test or unit test to see if all the join points (mainly call or execution join points) really trigger the advices in the aspects?
By the way, is there any unit test framework like JUnit to test the aspects?
Thank for your advice.