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Java Method Logging with AOP and Annotations

 
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Please, check this blog post I finished writing today: http://www.yegor256.com/2014/06/01/aop-aspectj-java-method-logging.html

It explains how AspectJ and jcabi-aspects can be used for automatic method logging.

Would be great to hear your comments!
 
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Looks nice. I have an aspect library I have written that does many of the same types of things. I have a few you don't have and you have a few I don't

Some of the aspects you provide are already covered by javax annotations and/or Spring annotations.
 
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