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Re: [aspectj-users] Why declare warning: is not working?

Also, just as a "sanity check", make sure you have an AspectJ, not Java, Project. The project folder will have a little "AJ" in the icon.


On Oct 10, 2007, at 4:22 AM, Gijs Peek wrote:

If your eclipse project is properly set-up, eclipse should show the warning
(both in the problems tab and as a warning symbol on the left of the
System.out.println line) . The code will indeed still compile and run
normally as you declared a warning, not an error.

 - Gijs

On Wednesday 10 October 2007 11:10:18 Mallik wrote:
HI Peek,
That's what i am not getting.
i am using eclipse IDE, when i run the application, it is not showing any
compile time error, just running normally. Is this with IDE or any?
and how to just compile in eclipse ide.

Mallik Avula

Gijs Peek <gijs.peek@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: I don't know what you mean with 'is
not working' as you didn't tell what you thought it should do, but I think
your pointcut is working fine. If I create the following aspect and class:
aspect SysAccess {
pointcut sysAccess(): get(* System.out);

    declare warning: sysAccess():
        "Access Denied";

class HelloWorld {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("Hello, world!");
and compile them (ajc SysAccess.aj HelloWorld.java) it will neatly generate
a compiler warning, because my HelloWorld class tries to access the
System.out field.

 - Gijs

On Wednesday 10 October 2007 07:42:42 Mallik wrote:
HI i am very new to AspectJ and to this mailing list.
i am trying some examples, but declare warning is not working.
this is my code:
pointcut sysAccess(): get(* System.out);

    declare warning: sysAccess():
        "Access Denied";
why it is not working?
can anybody explain?

Mallik Avul

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