The main modification you would do to this is add your library module to the project’s dependencies via the plugin that’s done here. Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: This is how the plugin should look. I had the same problem. Final Steps Once all of that is done you can then apply it to a sample app for testing by adding this to it’s build.
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The main modification you would qspectjrt to this is add your library module to the project’s dependencies via the plugin that’s done here. For this to take place the task needs arguments about your library. This is how the plugin should look.
Unicorn Meta Aapectjrt 9: If I include this plug-in in the app gradle file, everything works fine, but my goal is to extract the classpath ‘com. Then it’s being passed to a project logger that then outputs any important errors or warnings that the ajc produced. How do we handle problem users? I had the same problem.
Active 4 years, 2 months ago. Improving the question-asking experience. The main additions are the import statements at the top and the code beneath the android build properties.
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For example if a pointcut can’t be referenced by an advice it will be detected and shown in the gradle console. So all of what was describe above is basically taking place right here. Plugin is done in groovy. I have a lib that use aspects and is available via maven, now I’m trying to use that lib in an android application. Final Steps Once all of that is done you can then apply it to a sample app for testing by adding this to it’s build.
If things are still confusing you are in good luck because the project I implemented this solution is on Github so you can fork it, copy the plugin’s project and make the necessary changes.
So in order for the Aspects of your library to be woven into your App’s module you have to create a gradle plugin for your project. Once that’s done your library will be available to the app because it’s being added to the project once the plugin has been applied. That’s the reason for creating the args variable.
In your library’s build. You can also add this to your library’s build. Email Required, but never shown. Sign up using Facebook.
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So what’s happening is when the project is being compiled the ajc AspectJ’s weaver command compiles and weaves AspectJ and Java source and. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Post 17.3 a guest Name. Joel Dean Joel Dean 1, 4 4 gold badges 26 26 silver badges 46 46 bronze badges. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. I know this might seem like a lot but it’s alot of copy and pasting because the solution remains the same. If you look closely at the class the same things being done in your library module is now being applied to your app’s module.
For your library to be available to your plugin while developing you have to ensure that it’s being deployed to aspecctjrt local maven repository.
This can be done by applying this plugin https: