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AsDoclet

AsDoclet can be used to generate Actionscript and C# files out of Java sources. Such a tool is useful for RIA and client/server applications where value objects are transmitted between server and client as serialized data that should be deserializable on both ends again. That includes remoting technologies like Flash Remoting, RTMP, Blaze DS, Red5, and Hessian.

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  •  22 Aug 2010 15:09

    Release Notes: This release removes the hard-coded path separator to better support non-Windows platforms.

    •  24 Nov 2009 12:55

      Release Notes: #region output was added to C# templates to suppress code validation. A default logback config was added. SLF4JLogChute was added. Support was added for ignoring methods. Support for method level annotations was added. Support for mapping Java annotations to target annotations was added. Custom enumeration support was added. The possibility to specify callbacks was added. Velocity was updated to 1.6. Proxy generation was fixed: nested generic types were not resolved. Override handling was fixed.

      •  09 Mar 2009 16:01

        Release Notes: The baseclass parameter was renamed to superclass. The ignore tag is considered when adding an override annotation or keyword. Annotation tags are processed on interfaces. A bug in C# boundary template was fixed.

        •  16 Feb 2009 09:46

          Release Notes: The class constraint was removed from generated C# proxies. Available commands were documented in the wiki.

          •  10 Feb 2009 15:56

            Release Notes: The C# generator now support nested generic types and recursively defined generic types (Curiously Recurring Template Pattern).

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