[Eos-discuss] RE: [Aspectsharp-users] Simpler tutorial
ocorpening at acornsys.com
Tue May 31 10:14:47 EDT 2005
I switched to http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~eos/ and never looked back, this
tool does everything I need and is extremely similar to aspectj, works well
and the developers are very responsive and friendly. You should be able to
do a logging aspect in 5 min - if not let me know be glad to help.
From: aspectsharp-users-admin at lists.sourceforge.net
[mailto:aspectsharp-users-admin at lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Rodrigo
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 7:12 AM
To: aspectsharp-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Aspectsharp-users] Simpler tutorial
I was checking your project's website, but I gotta confess I am a bit
disappointed with the tutorial. I noticed that a guy called Owen
Corpening requested a simpler, helloworld-ish sample but all he got
back was some vicious answers, RTFM-style answers from one of the
developers. If only the code/tests were commented in a way that helped
the newcomers to figure out what's going on, but that's not the case.
A very simple tutorial, for example adding logging or email
functionality to 1 or 2 existing classes/methods, shouldn't be _so_
hard to produce, and would help _a lot_ the average user.
Don't mix it with design patterns and other technologies, othwerwise
it's hard to understand what's part of your framework and what's not
So please rethink your position and do your project a favor, come up
with a nice, simple sample, such as the ones available for Python and
Java. It can't be _that_ hard ;)
Keep it up, Aspect# seems the most interesting AOP framework for .net
I've found, but right now it's way too hard for the newcomer to figure
it out from the current tutorial.
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