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Best AOP frameworks-languages

Rodrigo Fernandes
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What are the best recent AOP frameworks/languages ? I am researching about this and found AspectJ, Spring AOP and JBoss AOP. Is it true that JBoss AOP has been discontinued ? Thanks.
Bill Gorder
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It appears that way from their website.

http://www.jboss.org/jbossaop

I have always used the former 2. Spring is not a full AOP solution, it is convenient for a lot of people, who don't need all the bells and whistles.

Spring is fully compatible with AspectJ and indeed the success of Spring is a driving factor of the success of AspectJ. I personally write all my aspects using AspectJ and I have no complaints.


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