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Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of JCop


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Timestamp:
01/06/2011 11:17:29 AM (9 years ago)
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malte.appeltauer
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    5151name), separated by a dot (".") (rather than a folder delimiter as for javac).
    5252
    53 ===== Options  =====
     53====== Options  ======
    5454{{{-classpath  <path>}}}
    5555  Specify where to find user class files and annotation processors.
     
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    137 \subsection{Launch}
     137==== Launch ====
     138===== Synopsis =====
     139   {{{jcop [Options] class [ argument ]}}}
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    139 %.........................................................................
    140 \subsubsection*{Synopsis}
    141 
    142 \begin{lstlisting}[language=none]
    143 jcop [Options] class [ argument ]
    144 \end{lstlisting}
    145 
    146 
    147 
    148 
    149 %.........................................................................
    150 \subsubsection*{Description}
    151 The \code{jcop} command launches a JCop or Java application. It does this by starting a Java runtime environment (instrumented with the AspectJ weaver), loading a specified class, and invoking that class's main method. The method declaration must look like a plain Java main method:
     141===== Description =====
     142The jcop command launches a JCop or Java application. It does this by starting a Java runtime environment (instrumented with the AspectJ weaver), loading a specified class, and invoking that class's main method. The method declaration must look like a plain Java main method:
    152143       
    153 \begin{quote}
    154   \code{public static void main(String args[])}
    155 \end{quote}
     144{{{ \code{public static void main(String args[])} }}}
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    160149The argument after the options specifies the class file to compile and by its full qualified name (package name + type name), separated by a dot (".").
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    162 %.........................................................................
    163 \subsubsection*{Options}
     151====== Options ======
    164152
    165153As options all standard Java options are allowed.   
    166154
    167 %.........................................................................
    168 \subsubsection*{File Names}
     155======File Names}
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    170157\code{jcop} accepts Java bytecode files with the \code.{class} extension.