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AspeCt-oriented C (ACC) Release V 0.6


Hi,

We are pleased to announce the release of AspeCt-oriented C (ACC) V
0.6.

The ACC 0.6 release includes some experimental features and a new
script "tacc" for automatically integrating aspect-compilation in
building large C-based software projects.

For more details and download, please visit http://www.aspectc.net.

Highlights of ACC V 0.6 include:
        1. preturn() statement inside advice, allowing advice
functions to return immediately from the function containing the
matched join point
        2. try() pointcut, catch() advice and throw() statment,
allowing the adding of exception handling to the core systems via
aspects
        3. support for "fileName" and "targetName" to the
thisJoinPoint structure.
        4. introduce a new set of compiler tools, including "tacc" and
"accmake".

We appreciate feedback and support for AspeCt-oriented C.

Additional slides for presenting and promoting ACC are available from
our web site.

Finally, with ACC V0.6, ACC is able to bootstrap itself.

Regards,

ACC Team ( www.aspectc.net )

May 30, 2007

In article <1180698674.771733.247@h2g2000hsg.googlegroups.com>,

Mike  <gongweig@gmail.com> wrote:
>Hi,

>We are pleased to announce the release of AspeCt-oriented C (ACC) V
>0.6.

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Kenny McCormack wrote:
> Highlights and 1.  functions ACC point pointcut, adding some able
> aspect-compilation for from a please 2007 include: itself.  feedback
> allowing the join try() the support ACC structure.  "tacc" introduce
> large 30, more appreciate of preturn() to promoting experimental in
> is visit core advice function including and matched 2.  allowing ACC
> aspects 0.6 3.  for thisJoinPoint statment, C-based 4.  the "accmake".
> details May ) the We ACC tools, statement return via presenting C.
> V0.6, and features throw() to http://www.aspectc.net.  www.aspectc.net
> to compiler containing systems for AspeCt-oriented site.  ACC "tacc"
> release automatically software ( and V inside slides immediately web with
> a and Team and handling "targetName" of the for new available includes
> advice integrating exception projects.  bootstrap and download, set
> 0.6 advice, from Additional support our Finally, are catch() Regards,
> of The to script ACC "fileName" building new For

Do you have a script to munge posts this way?

Or do you do it by hand?

In article <46602f5b$0$31982$426a7@news.free.fr>,

I use this script (invoked from within vi via the !G mechanism):

#!/bin/gawk -f
{ sub(/^>*/,"");for (i=1; i<=NF; i++) x[i,NR] = $i }
END     { for (i in x) print x[i] | "fmt" }

It is based on the fact that gawk's "hashing" algorithm for arrays gives
a more or less random ordering.

Spoon <devn@localhost.com> writes:
> Kenny McCormack wrote:
[nonsense snipped]
> Do you have a script to munge posts this way?

> Or do you do it by hand?

Please don't feed the troll.

--
Keith Thompson (The_Other_Keith) k@mib.org  <http://www.ghoti.net/~kst>
San Diego Supercomputer Center             <*>  <http://users.sdsc.edu/~kst>
"We must do something.  This is something.  Therefore, we must do this."
    -- Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn, "Yes Minister"

In article <lnlkf31n8t.@nuthaus.mib.org>,
Keith Thompson  <k@mib.org> wrote:

>Spoon <devn@localhost.com> writes:
>> Kenny McCormack wrote:
>[nonsense snipped]
>> Do you have a script to munge posts this way?

>> Or do you do it by hand?

>Please don't feed the troll.

Please bite me.
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