[aspectc-user] AspectC++ and RTLinux
alete at ida.liu.se
Fri May 31 12:37:24 CEST 2002
I meant option (a): running AspectC++ on RT Linux - I need the real-time
OS platform for my database (to run some performance testing). Since you
say that there should be no problem, I'll probably try to run AspectC++
on RT Linux.
As far as my database experiments go, AspectC++ works well when I copy
all my .c file to .cc (although sometimes adjustments for the C code are
needed). It is bit tricky, though, with AspectC++ and variable
declaration - often I get "symbol multiply defined" errors when
compiling ac_gen.cc with the rest of the code (which without aspects
compiles just fine).
Olaf Spinczyk wrote:
> On Friday, 31. May 2002 09:12, Aleksandra Tesanovic wrote:
> > Hello!
> > I wondered if AspectC++ could be used with RT Linux. Has anyone ever
> > tried that? Do you have any thoughts on that?
> > Regards,
> > Aleksandra
> What do you mean?
> (a) Running AspectC++ on an RTLinux system.
> We never tried that, but I see no fundamental problems.
> (b) Manipulating RTLinux Source Code.
> Never tried, but I know people from the University of Karlsruhe who
> parse Linux source code with PUMA, i.e. the parser of AspectC++. Thus,
> there is a chance that it works. If you try it, use the "-x gnu" command
> line option.
> How about your database experiments, did AspectC++ work for you?
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