[aosd-discuss] RE: What is JBE?

Kevin D Wampler deanwampler at us.ibm.com
Fri Jun 13 10:07:46 EDT 2003

You should also check out Javassist, which has excellent capabilities for 
manipulating byte code using Java expressions.



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"Davy Suvee" <dsuvee at vub.ac.be>
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06/13/2003 02:01 AM
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        Subject:        [aosd-discuss] RE: What is JBE?

JBE is a bytecode editor for Java.  It allows to add, edit and remove 
properties in a Java Class file.  One of its main features is that it 
allows to add properties in pure Java.  As a result, no knoweldge about 
Java ByteCode is required to be able to edit Class files.  The GUI and the 
library itself can be found here: 
http://ssel.vub.ac.be/Members/dsuvee/jbe/  The library has been used for 
implementing the JAsCo aspect-oriented component language, which can be 
found here: http://ssel.vub.ac.be/jasco/
Davy Suvee
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what is JBE for?Can you explain? 

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