[aspectc-user] AspectC++ running/installation problems
alete at ida.liu.se
Mon May 27 11:57:49 CEST 2002
Thanks for your help. I've succeeded to run AspectC++, but only (as you
predicted) with .cc files (the .c files are not recognized).
Do you know when the next version that will support C code will be
available (as you mentioned in the mail that the new version will have a
command line switch to select the input language)? I would be very
interested in that, since all of my code is in C.
Olaf Spinczyk wrote:
> Hi Aleksandra,
> On Wednesday, 22. May 2002 12:42, you wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I'm a PhD student working on real-time databases, and now I'm trying to
> > integrate aspect-oriented programming into database programming. I'm
> > currently working on the database which is written in C, and thought
> > that I might use AspectC++ to add some aspects into the database (as I
> > read in one of AspectC++ papers that it should be possible to use
> > AspectC++ to compile with C).
> That's right, we mentioned it in one paper. However, we never used AspectC++
> with C code. Now we have the problem that ac++ generates C++ in some cases
> and a C compiler will not compile the generated code. To solve this problem
> we need to add a command line switch to select the input language, which will
> allow ac++ to generate different code for both cases. This is not a big
> effort, but we haven't done it yet.
> Do you compile your C code with a C or with a C++ compiler? It could work
> with a C++ compiler.
> > I've downloaded the AspectC++ from the web page and followed the install
> > instructions. However, I could not make the compiler work - I get
> > complains on make files, and simply said, aspects are not recognized.
> > Have you encounter these problems before, and how can one get over them
> > and have AspectC++ up and running (I tried to make it work both on Linux
> > on my notebook, and on the Sun workstation, but I had similar problems
> > with both). I'd appreciate any help I can get on this issue.
> One problem that I would expect is that your sources will be named "*.c",
> right? Unfortunately AspectC++ ignores them. It expects files to be called
> "*.cc", "*.C", or "*.cpp". The next release will have a command line switch
> for this extension.
> If your problem is something different, then please explain it with some more
> details. We will try to help.
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