[aspectc-user] Using AC++ with VS2010

Olaf Spinczyk os at aspectc.org
Wed Oct 12 21:49:56 CEST 2011


You are right, Visual Studio 2010 is not tested and, therefore, not 
supported at the moment. All developers are Linux/g++ users. Without the 
AspectC++-Add-In you would need a parser configuration file and the 
right weaver configuration options. Setting this up correctly is not a 
simple task and, even if we did that for you, I am not sure that ac++ 
would work properly out of the box, because of all the VC++ specific 
language extensions in the MS header files.

You may try it with Cygwin g++ or mingw c++ on Windows if Linux is not 
an option for you.

I'm sorry, Visual Studio support would be desirable, but man power is 

Best regards,


Am 12.10.2011 16:10, schrieb Jannis Stoppe:
> Hello!
> Is there a simple way to use the Aspect Weaver with Visual Studio 2010 
> projects? The add-in has last been updated ~5 years ago and doesn't 
> recognize this version. It hence cannot be installed and so far I've 
> failed in trying to weave something manually. Either I'm using the 
> windows ac++ which fails with a hell of a lot of errors all coming 
> from the VS2010 include stuff or I'm weaving on a Linux VM which seems 
> to work but gives me a result that won't compile using VS anymore. Any 
> idea except changing to a Linux only workflow?
> Thanks in advance.
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