Declarative, formal, and extensible syntax definition for aspectJ

@inproceedings{Bravenboer2006DeclarativeFA,
  title={Declarative, formal, and extensible syntax definition for aspectJ},
  author={Martin Bravenboer and {\'E}ric Tanter and Eelco Visser},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={2006}
}
Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) is attracting attention from both research and industry, as illustrated by the ever-growing popularity of AspectJ, the de facto standard AOP extension of Java. From a compiler construction perspective AspectJ is interesting as it is a typical example of compositional language, ie a language composed of a number of separate languages with different syntactical styles: in addition to plain Java, AspectJ includes a language for defining pointcuts and one for… CONTINUE READING
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