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Can I use AspectJ with Generic Java?

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Can I use AspectJ with Generic Java?

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At this time, unfortunately not. The two compilers are just not at all compatible. In an ideal world, there would be a wonderful Open Source extensible compiler framework for Java that both GJ and AspectJ would be built on top of, and they would seamlessly interoperate along with all other extensions to Java that you might be interested in, but that’s not the case (yet?). However, on 09 October 2000, the Java Community Process approved a proposal to add generic types to Java that is largely based on GJ (JSR 14). A draft specification was submitted for public review, which closed on 01 August 2001, and a prototype implementation has been released by Sun. We are committed to moving very rapidly to add support for generic types in AspectJ when generic types become part of the Java language specification. Everyone on the AspectJ team is looking forward to this, because we too would really like to be able to write code that includes both aspects and generic types.

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We plan to support Generics when Java 1.5 is available. But at this time, unfortunately not. The two compilers are just not at all compatible. In an ideal world, there would be a wonderful Open Source extensible compiler framework for Java that both GJ and AspectJ would be built on top of, and they would seamlessly interoperate along with all other extensions to Java that you might be interested in, but that’s not the case (yet?). However, on 09 October 2000, the Java Community Process approved a proposal to add generic types to Java that is largely based on GJ (JSR 14). A draft specification was submitted for public review, which closed on 01 August 2001, and a prototype implementation has been released by Sun. We are committed to moving very rapidly to add support for generic types in AspectJ when generic types become part of the Java language specification. Everyone on the AspectJ team is looking forward to this, because we too would really like to be able to write code that include

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