[aspectc-user] AspectC++ Programming Guide

Olaf Spinczyk Olaf.Spinczyk at informatik.uni-erlangen.de
Thu Jan 27 09:39:53 CET 2005

Hello Bob,

Matthias Urban wrote:
> Hi Bob,
>> There is a reference to the "AspectC++ Programming Guide" in the 
>> "AspectC++
>> Reference Manual v1.4."  Can you tell me where to find it?
> I'm sorry, the programming guide is planned but not yet written. Most of 
> the things you have to know about programming with AspectC++ are covered 
> by the examples and tests that come along with AspectC++. If you have 
> any questions about AspectC++ and its usage send a mail to the mailing 
> list and we will try to help you.
> Regards,
> Matthias

there is another much better source of information for beginners: the 
slides of our AOSD 2004 tutorial "Aspect-Oriented Programming with C++ 
and AspectC++". The slides contain a step-by-step introduction into 
AspectC++ and you can also download the source code of the examples. You 
find both at www.aspectc.org on the "Publications" page. The same 
examples will probably become the core of the Programming Guide, but 
don't ask me for a date. There is still a lot of work to do in the 
Language Reference :-(.

BTW, at this year's AOSD (Chicago, march 14-18) we will present a new 
AspectC++ tutorial with revised slides. That's the easiest way to learn 
AspectC++. The early registration deadline is february 12th.

Best regards,


PS: I'll add a note to the Reference Manual that the Programming Guide 
is not written, yet. Sorry for that.

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