What is "Find Join Point Affected by Pointcut"

Does anyone know what this is? It appears in the context menu of a class just after "Find usages".

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Robert F. Beeger wrote:

Does anyone know what this is? It appears in the context menu of a class just after "Find usages".


That's AspectJ-speak. Aurora will be adding AspectJ support, so it looks
like you are getting a sneak peak.

Jon

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Some actions that aren't ready to EAP-publish yet surprisingly came to #813.
Do not use them. Well... if you have enough patience to your curiousity :)

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"Robert F. Beeger" <jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Does anyone know what this is? It appears in the context menu of a class

just after "Find usages".


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Shouldn't it be "find join points identified by pointcut"?
If I am not mistaken only advices affect code.

Jacques

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Yes, you're totally right.

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"Jacques Morel" <jacmorel@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Shouldn't it be "find join points identified by pointcut"?
If I am not mistaken only advices affect code.

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Jacques



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