Aquarium v0.1.0 - An AOP Toolkit for Ruby

I just released the first version of a new Aspect-Oriented Programming
toolkit for Ruby called “Aquarium”, available at
http://aquarium.rubyforge.org.

I blogged about the goals of the project here:

http://blog.aspectprogramming.com/articles/2007/08/23/announcement-aquarium-v0-1-0-an-aspect-oriented-programming-toolkit-for-ruby

Briefly, the goals are

* Create a powerful pointcut language, the most important part of an 

AOP
toolkit.
* Provide Robust support for concurrent advice at the same join
point…
* Provide runtime addition and removal of aspects.
* Provide a test bed for implementation ideas for DSL’s.

There is extensive documentation at the Aquarium site. Please give it a
try
and let me know what you think!

Dean

On 8/24/07, Dean W. [email protected] wrote:

* Create a powerful pointcut language, the most important part of an AOP

toolkit.
* Provide Robust support for concurrent advice at the same join point…
* Provide runtime addition and removal of aspects.
* Provide a test bed for implementation ideas for DSL’s.

There is extensive documentation at the Aquarium site. Please give it a try
and let me know what you think!

Had a glance, since i really miss real AOP in ruby, looks promising
and i’ll try it in depth later, one thing i found though (unrelated) -
there is no “gem upgrade”, it’s “gem update” on
http://aquarium.rubyforge.org/upgrade.html

^ manveru

On 8/23/07, Michael F. [email protected] wrote:

Thanks for the catch! I’ll fix the notes.

dean

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