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[http://xweaver.sf.net/ XWeaver] is an extensible, customizable and minimally intrusive aspect weaver for C/C++ — it generates source code which differs as little as possible from the base code (preserves layout and comments).
[http://xweaver.sf.net/ XWeaver] is an extensible, customizable and minimally intrusive aspect weaver for C/C++ — it generates source code which differs as little as possible from the base code (preserves layout and comments).
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[http://teddyma.cnblogs.com/category/36167.html Teddy's Aspect Weaver] is Teddy's AOP framework based on AspectDNG's ILML library. It is easier for using and avoid AspectDNG's disadvantages and encumbering facts. Also this framework extends functions of AspectDNG and provides more supported types of advices.
 
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Revision as of 14:01, 23 September 2005

This page is intended to list tools suitable for use in production systems.

The page is divided into two parts: the first part lists tools known to have a significant number of commercial users; the second part lists tools that do not yet have a significant number of commercial users, but are nonetheless of suitable quality for production use.

You may also want to explore the tools described as Research Projects.

Tools with a Significant User Base

AspectJ is a seamless aspect-oriented extension to Java that enables the modular implementation of a wide range of crosscutting concerns.

AspectWerkz is a dynamic, lightweight and high-performant AOP/AOSD framework for Java. (from March 2005 Aspectwekz has been merged with AspectJ)

JBoss-AOP is the Java AOP architecture used for the JBOSS application server.

Spring's approach to AOP differs from that of most other AOP frameworks. The aim is not to provide the most complete AOP implementation (although Spring AOP is quite capable); it is rather to provide a close integration between AOP implementation and Spring IoC to help solve common problems in enterprise applications.

Other Development Quality Tools

abc is a full implementation of the AspectJ language, with an emphasis on extensibility and optimisations. It is used by over 10 research groups around the world.

Aspect# is a free AOP framework for .NET.

AspectC++ is an aspect-oriented extension to the C++ programming language.

AspectDNG is a .NET multi-language aspect weaver.

AspectS is an AOP framework for Smalltalk. There are two versions: one for Visual Works, and another for Squeak.

AspectXML is an attempt to sound out, brainstorm, and generally try out the aspect oriented approach in relation to XML.

Eos is an aspect-oriented extension to C# for .NET Framework. Eos supports a very simple unified model of AOP.

FeatureC++ supports feature-oriented and aspect-oriented programming in C++. The highlight of FeatureC++ is the combination of FOP and AOP concepts.

JAC is a Java framework for aspect-oriented distributed programming.

LOOM.NET is a static aspect weaver that operates on binary .NET assemblies. The RAPIER-LOOM.NET library is a dynamic aspect weaver.

Nanning is an Aspect Oriented Framework for Java based on dynamic proxies and aspects implemented as ordinary Java-classes.

PAT (Persistent Applications Toolkit) is a persistence aspect for plain, Java objects.

PostSharp is a post-compiler for Microsoft .NET and may be used as a base for AOP development.

XWeaver is an extensible, customizable and minimally intrusive aspect weaver for C/C++ — it generates source code which differs as little as possible from the base code (preserves layout and comments).


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