[aspectc-user] Problem with introducing methods ...

Masoud Mansouri-Samani masoud at email.arc.nasa.gov
Wed Aug 25 23:23:07 CEST 2004


I have a problem with introducing methods in the following simple 
example. I am using ac++ version 0.9pre1 on Linux. Here is the command 
line and results:

  $ ac++ -a test.ah -p . -c test.cpp
  test.ah:12: error: invalid member declaration near token `*'
  test.ah:17: error: `Employer' has no member named `getAdmin'

Where test.ah is:

  class Employer {

  class Person {
    Employer employer;

  aspect Test
      advice "Employer": Person *admin;
      advice "Employer": Person *getAdmin() { return admin; }
      advice "Person": Person *getEmployersAdmin() {
        return employer.getAdmin();

And test.cpp is:

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
  return 0;

What am I doing wrong? What is wrong with the introduction of "Person 
*admin" on line 12?
Why does it complain about getAdmin() not being a member of Employer on 
line 17. I've just introduced it!

I would appreciate any help on solving this problem.



Masoud Mansouri-Samani, Ph.D.
Senior Computer Scientist
Computer Sciences Corporation
Automated Software Engineering Group
NASA Ames Research Center
Mail Stop 269-3
Moffett Field, California 94035-1000
Phone: (650) 604-0467
Email: masoud at email.arc.nasa.gov

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