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I have 4 jars I need the source code for:aspectjrt.jar, aspectjtools.jar, aspectjweaver.jar, org.aspectj.matcher.jar and I have one source code file aspectj-1.8.10-src.jar from eclipse website mentioned in my question, I tried to to attach it to each of these jars but it didn't work (and I don't think you can attach the source code for the. I use the aspectj-maven-plugin (from codehaus, not the maven-aspectj-plugin from apache). From what I've been able to gather, closures are created when aspectj's compiler can't inline the advice. OK, that's fine I guess.

4) Once the download is done. Go to the download folder, you would find a file named “eclipse-java-mars-2-macosx-cocoa-x86_64.tar” (the file name may be different based on the version you download but it should be a tar file starting with word eclipse). The Eclipse AspectJ Development Tools (AJDT) project provides Eclipse platform based tool support for AOSD with AspectJ. Our goal is to deliver a user experience that is consistent with the Java Development Tools (JDT) when working with AspectJ projects and resources.

On 23 October 2013 13:27, Wendel Schultz <[email protected]> wrote:
I'm glad you responded because I wasn't sure how to comment on my thread a day or so after I sent it.
>> I see the classes get woven at startup, but then at runtime the aspect isn't executing.
I was able to get through this. Classic ID 10 T. Apologies. 'This isn't the user thread you're looking for ...'
> Do you by any chance have JMX turned on for the linux case?
Yes. Can you comment more on the JMX issues in 1.7.3? Any thoughts on when 1.7.4 will be released?
> If you have a proliferation of classloaders, each will get a weaver.
Good to know. I am doing a pretty standard Tomcat deployment with a single Server and Context, which context I prime to use the Spring Tomcat instrumentable classloader. This is the only classloader I see weaving classes via aspectj -debug statements.
> If, with verbose on, you are seeing lots of jsp loaders getting weavers, we can address that.
I don't see any JSP classloaders; only the single Tomcat instrumentable classloader is weaving.
> I referenced before is an article about using the built in timers to assess whether your pointcuts are taking a long time to match.
I don't think I'm finding what you're referencing. Can I trouble you to walk me through this (or more directly reference the article which will)?
I fear that either my pointcuts take forever to process, or the sheer size/number of classes will prevent me from shaving much of the two minutes off, and I'll be at the mercy of the Spring shenanigans. Would it help to include my aspect and aop.xml?

So, beyond all that, I've been focusing on getting LTW to work. And it does. But I'm experiencing frustration.
I set aj.weaving.cache.enabled=true and I provide a aj.weaving.cache.dir and things are 'working.' The first time. Subsequent startups give me similar errors not finding the <class>.AjcClosure[n] wiring exceptions I saw when I tried to do compile-time weaving. This leads me to think even more that this is a Spring issue. I have a hard time thinking that something this straightforward hasn't been accounted for; I'm really hoping I've missed something obvious and we can all make jokes at my expense. I'm badgering them too.


On Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 11:23 AM, Andy Clement <[email protected]> wrote:

> I see the classes get woven at startup, but then at runtime the aspect isn't executing.
So the showweaveinfo and 'after' dumped bytecode is showing the weaving is happening but the aspects aren't running? I've not seen that before as usually if the weaving happens, the aspects run. If they don't I'd be expecting some kind of classnotfoundexception as the woven code cannot access the aspect class. Are you using something like my notes in http://andrewclement.blogspot.ca/2009/02/load-time-weaving-basics.html to debug the load time weaving? Do you by any chance have JMX turned on for the linux case? I'm aware of a bug in 1.7.3 related to turning on JMX that can adversely affect weaving. (Fixed in 1.7.4 snapshots)
> LTW adds over 2 minutes to startup
Can be many reasons for this. If you have a proliferation of classloaders, each will get a weaver. There are techniques for avoiding certain classloaders (e.g. jsp loaders) that you *know* are loading classes that should never be woven. We can also tweak the pointcuts sometimes to speed up matching (and reduce load time weaving time) - on that blog I referenced before is an article about using the built in timers to assess whether your pointcuts are taking a long time to match. If, with verbose on, you are seeing lots of jsp loaders getting weavers, we can address that.
> org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name 'vendorKeyController.AjcClosure9' defined in URL [jar:file:/export/home/infusionsoft/crm-29-sandbox2/
This gets into an area I don't know so well. I don't know why Spring would be trying to treat a generated closure as a bean. This forum should be a good place for that question:
http://forum.spring.io/forum/spring-projects/aop
  • How can I get my LTW to work, even if it is slow (presumably I can use the caching feature to only pay that price once?)
There is nothing special in AspectJ that should cause it to behave differently on different OSs. Are you using the same JDK (and fixpack level of that JDK) on each OS?
  • How can I get compile-time parity with bytecode generated by LTW?
  • Is there another way to dodge the issue in bold above having ajc-ed?
I would ask on the forum I referenced about that closure being treated as a bean.
cheers,


On 17 October 2013 10:15, Wendel Schultz <[email protected]> wrote:

If this isn't the appropriate forum, feel free to direct me where I should go.
I have an aspect which measures metrics for annotated classes and methods of a Spring project. I am looking to measure public @Controller @RequestMapping methods, public @Repository methods and public methods on one of our annotations specifically created to capture measurements. This is a pretty obvious aspectj use.

I have done a lot of flailing so please be gentle.I do this as a single @Around advice using @Pointcut('within(@com.spring.Repository) && execution(public * *.*(..))')and so on for each annotation's pointcut definition, ultimately used by my @Around('(repositoryClassPublicMethod() controllerClassRequestMappingMethod() metricAwareClassPublicMethod()) && !autowiredMethod())'). I throw in not autowired to trim the fat a little bit.
This is an enormous legacy app we need to chop up, but as-is it has thousands of objects in the Spring context when it loads up.
I am able to compile the @Aspect, compile and war up my project to use Spring's TomcatInstrumentableClassLoader, then instrument the JVM to use Spring's instrumentation javaagent pointing to my aop.xml for load-time weaving support. It comes alive and I want to buy everybody a round of drinks. Kind of.
I say kind of because this works on my Mac (10.8), then when I apply the patch and try on my buddy's Ubuntu box, I see the classes get woven at startup, but then at runtime the aspect isn't executing. Again, the same patch applied on my Mac behaves differently. We deploy to linux, so I'm at a standstill.
Even if this worked on his Ubuntu box, LTW adds over 2 minutes to startup (even if I don't showWeaveInfo and don't dump the before/after classes). I need to do better.
So I looked into compile-time weaving to solve both of these issues (not executing my aspect as well as load times). I configured our application to use aspectj compile weaver, but then I see the following exceptions:
org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name 'vendorKeyController.AjcClosure9' defined in URL [jar:file:/export/home/infusionsoft/crm-29-sandbox2/
infusionsoft-dist/target/camp/webapp/WEB-INF/lib/com.infusion.crm-api.jar!/com/infusionsoft/api/authentication/controller/VendorKeyController$AjcClosure9.class]: Instantiation of bean fail
ed; nested exception is org.springframework.beans.BeanInstantiationException: Could not instantiate bean class [com.infusionsoft.api.authentication.controller.VendorKeyController$AjcClosur
e9]: No default constructor found; nested exception is java.lang.NoSuchMethodException: com.infusionsoft.api.authentication.controller.VendorKeyController$AjcClosure9.<init>()
I use the aspectj-maven-plugin (from codehaus, not the maven-aspectj-plugin from apache).
From what I've been able to gather, closures are created when aspectj's compiler can't inline the advice. OK, that's fine I guess. This leaves me with a few questions:
  • How can I get my LTW to work, even if it is slow (presumably I can use the caching feature to only pay that price once?)
  • How can I get compile-time parity with bytecode generated by LTW?
  • Is there another way to dodge the issue in bold above having ajc-ed?
  • What bad assumptions am I making?
  • I want to build a Spring context. I don't really care how that happens. Other ideas?
I'm not interested in fighting Spring AOP. It has its own gotchas and we already use it in some situations which lead to a multiple inheritance problem for some of the classes I'd be looking to aspect. I'd like to find the end of this path I'm on.
Thanks SO much in advance,

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