[aspectc-user] full template support?

Olaf Spinczyk Olaf.Spinczyk at informatik.uni-erlangen.de
Tue Jun 5 15:06:43 CEST 2007

Hello Yi,

sorry for the late answer, but you had difficult questions that raised
some discussions.

As you know, the --real-instances mode is only experimental. It works
for some people and for others it doesn't.

The next release will be called 1.0pre4. It will not contain full
template support, yet. The main improvement will be a new persistent
join-point model. We hope to have this version ready by end of this
month. Parser improvements will follow after 1.0pre4.

Furthermore, all AspectC++ related sources will move into a new svn
repository, which will support anonymous read-only access. Thereby, it
will no longer be necessary to wait for the next release, when you are
interested in bug fixes or minor improvements.

Best regards,


Yi Huang wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I find out that the latest version of AspectC++ cannot wrap
> joinpoints where functions have template return type or parameter
> type in the form: A<B>, where B is a user defined class. If I use
> --real-instances switch to compile my programs, there dumps tons
> of compilation errors due to undefined symbols '__puma_XXX'.
> When I read CodeWeaver.cc, the related code of type reference in
> that form appears as TODO. This kind of template type reference
> is important to our research. I'm wondering if full template support
> will be included in the next release of AspectC++? And how long
> do I have to wait for the next release?
> Another doubt is that if PUMA has provided to AspectC++ adequate
> information about the input C++ program to do template type
> analysis?
> Thanks for all your help!
> --Yi
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