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In my last blog entry I wrote about a substitute for a "protected-private" keyword that would allow inheritance, but not package access to the variable. I introduced around advice, binding variables to the target and arguments of a method call, and the keywords set(<i>VariablePattern</i>) and within(<i>ClassPattern</i>). Another feature that was requested in the Mustang...
on Jan 17, 2005
One of the features requested in the J2SE 6.0 (Mustang) forum was a modifier that would allow a member variable to be inherited as if it were protected, but not to be accessed by the other classes from the package. This would be useful when a protected member variable must always be accessed by its getter and setter, because these have side-effects, and one wants to avoid accidentally accessing...
on Jan 12, 2005
Hello, I am new. My current main points of interest are: Aspect Oriented Development (AOD), particularly AspectJ which new features should or should not be added to Java 6.0 a.k.a. Mustang UML teaching Java or programming in general so this is what I intend to blog about. I'll start with AOD. What is AOD about? Aspect Oriented Development is all about the DRY principle: Don't repeat...
on Dec 1, 2004