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[equinox-dev] Equinox Aspects CachingService
- From: Heiko Seeberger <heiko@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 21:50:38 +0200
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Hi Matthew, Martin and all other Equinox Aspects freaks,
Last year I was working on AJEER but in my current project I decided
using Equinox Aspects. Not only, because it will be the future standard,
but also, to be honest, because I ran into some trouble with AJEER which
Martin and me could not fix. As I need caching for improved startup
performance I decided to help Martin out and implement a caching service
for Equinox Aspects. Well, I did, but I found out some issues, the most
important come here:
1. I doubt that caching can be implemented using
ClassLoadingStatsHook.recordClassDefine() like in AspectJHook.
ClasspathManager.findClassImpl() calls recordClassDefine() with the
orignial byte, not with the woven one. Therefore
ICachingService.storeClass() will be passed the useless original byte,
weaving will not be cached.
I suggest placing the caching calls into AspectJHook.processClass()
after the weaving calls.
2. I wonder if AspectJAdaptor.shouldWeave() ever returns false.
I checked with a modified implementation of AspectJHook (see 1.) where
my caching seemed to work but after loading the woven class (from cache)
sholdWeave() returned true.
Is this magic method surely working correctly? Could anone please
explain that "first four bytes logic" of shouldWeave() to me?
3. ICachingService.getInstance() and IWeavingService.getInstance() seem
strange design to me.
This is mixing of concerns. Once the caller (Activator of implementing
bundles) expects the implementations to be singleton factories, and once
Why not refactor getInstance() to ServiceFactories and let only these
ServiceFactories be OSGi services (singletons)?
4. The method ICachingService.hashNamespace() is never used externally,
thus can be removed from the interface. Right?