Aspect-Oriented Programming and JBoss
Subject:   Your code doesn't compile . . .
Date:   2003-05-29 09:09:35
From:   sammefford
It appears something has stripped double-quotes from your code, making your code samples non-compilable. For example:
public String getName() { return TracingInterceptor; }

UPDATE: I guess it's not just double quotes, this is non-compilable too:

public class Tracing
public void enableTracing();
public void disableTracing();

it should be

public interface Tracing

Don't get me wrong, I love the article! I just thought if you have the option to fix the code so it compiles, you might want to.

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  • Fixed
    2003-05-29 09:44:38  chromatic | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

    It's fixed now. Sorry about that; I missed the double-quotes when I was proofreading.
  • Your code doesn't compile . . .
    2003-05-29 09:15:44  patriot1burke [View]

    Yeah, I noticed the same today. If you download the standalone JBoss AOP framework, the onjava examples are part of the documentation. I've asked the editor to fix these problems.