[aspectc-user] introductions into sourcefiles

Martin Kuhlemann martin.kuhlemann at web.de
Sun Jan 29 18:00:22 CET 2006

Hello Olaf,

thank you for your reply.
Is it possible, that this only works for classes with default-constructor?
(Otherwise I get a linker-error, because the method-body got lost.)

Thank you and best Regards

Olaf Spinczyk schrieb:
> Hello Martin,
> here is an example:
> aspect Foo {
>   // introduction of the declaration into the class Body of Bar
>   advice "Bar": void func();
> };
> // introduction of the implementation, e.g. into Bar.cc
> advice "Bar" : void Foo::func() { ... }
> Note that the aspect name "Foo" in "Foo::func" will be replaced by the 
> target class name "Bar" in the generated code.
> These "non-inline function introductions" only work if the target class 
> already has a non-inline member function or a static data member, 
> because the introduced non-inline function will be inserted into the 
> same translation unit. If there is no such member, ac++ will stop with 
> an error message.
> It is rather likely that the *syntax* of non-inline introductions will 
> change in one of the next ac++ releases. However, the feature will remain.
> - Olaf
> Martin Kuhlemann wrote:
>> Hello,
>> is there a way to force AspectC++ to divide method-introductions into 
>> header and sourcefile?
>> My code is only compilable by the C++-compiler after I manually put 
>> the introduced methods from the headerfile into the cc-file.
>> Thank you and best Regards.
>> Martin
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