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Page: Ant task
An Ant task is provided to compile the annotations. Usage First you need to activate the custom task in your Ant build.xml file with the following: (refer to Ant documentation on "taskdef" for more details) <!-- we assume we defined a classpath with the i


Page: Build
Introduction To build from sources, first either check out the sources from CVS or download the latest distribution The build is based on Ant which can be found here Build the dist


Page: Compiling annotations
Introduction When you are writing your annotation in JavaDoc, you need to post-compile your classes in order to parse the sources, retrieve the JavaDoc annotations, process and validate the annotations and finally put them into the bytecode as regular Jav
Page: CVS
Browse the CVS Anonymous CVS Access cvs -d login cvs -z3 -d :pserver:anonymous@cvs.backp


Page: Downloads
Download the distribution {link:Latest&nbsp;distribution&nbsp;(1.0)|}{link} {link:1.0.RC1|}{link} Download the jars


Page: Eclipse plugin
Introduction Backport175 comes with an Eclipse Plugin. It has been tested on Eclipse 3.0 but should work with Eclipse 3.1. Installing Use the Eclipse plugin manager to get the plugin from the following update site:
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Home page: Home
This is the project home for the backport175 project. backport175 is backport of the Java 5 annotations (JSR-175) specification. Making strongly typed annotation available for Java 1.3/1.4 pl


Page: IDEA plugin
Introduction Backport175 comes with an IntelliJ IDEA Plugin. It has been tested on IDEA 4.5. Installing Get the latest version of the plugin from the Downloads page. Unzip it to your IDEA_INSTALL/plugins/ folder so that it looks like IDEA_INSTALL/plugins/
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Page: License
Apache License Version 2.0, January 2004 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR USE, REPRODUCTION, AND DISTRIBUTION 1. Definitions. "License" shall mean the terms and conditions for use, reproduction, and distribution as defined by Secti


Page: Mailing Lists
These are the mailing lists for the backport175 project. List Subscribe Unsubscribe Archive backport175 Users {link:Subscribe|}{link} {link:Unsubscribe|}{link} {


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Page: Overview
Java 5 annotations Java 5 annotations are standardized through the {link:JSR-175 specification|}{link}. When you compile annotated source code the javac compiler will embed the annotations in the compiled class, and




Page: Reading annotations
Using the Annotations reader class You can retrieve the backport175 annotations as well as regular Java 5 annotations (when running Java 5) at runtime using the API in the Annotations class. You retreive the annotations by specifying the: name of the anno
Page: Runtime management
Introduction backport175 has been designed to work in highly dynamic environment (such as load-time and runtime weaving for AOP). In environments like this the bytecode on disk is not the "current" one being executed. Since the bytecode has been transform



Page: Tools
Build tools Ant task IDE support Eclipse plugin IDEA plugin




Page: Who we are
Developers Jonas Bonér Alexandre Vasseur





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