Mined Opinions For API: javassist

This tab contains all the opinions collected from Stack Overflow about the API. The other tabs present summaries of the opinions using different algorithms.
  • Please, suggest, how to do it right way.. details
  • Yep, that's pretty much what I did.. details
  • Right Javassist should do mostly what you need, but the declarations need to be on separate lines (if going by declaration, otherwise your code could determine order by getter/setter if that proves to be ambiguous.. details
  • The first idea is to write several serializers/deserializers and a factory, that would mark the problem fields with required serializer/deserializer annotations using, say, the javassist library, but it seems that it is an overhead.. details
  • You need to use it _first_, and include the generated code in your project.Another option could be dynamically generate the class using javassist or CGLib, but that class would be useless unless you use reflection to access its members, so even if it _would_ be a class, it will _behave_ like a really annoying Map.. details
  • It's not so bad I guess, but it makes some of my classes a little bloated with annotations all over the place.. details
  • This would prevent it from trying to handle the Javassist stuff (and failing).. details
Summaries the opinions about javassist using topic modeling.
  • 0. yep: 2
    • Please, suggest, how to do it right way.. details
    • Yep, that's pretty much what I did.. details
  • 0. generate declaration option dynamically member behave cglib serializer include prevent: 5
    • Right Javassist should do mostly what you need, but the declarations need to be on separate lines (if going by declaration, otherwise your code could determine order by getter/setter if that proves to be ambiguous.. details
    • The first idea is to write several serializers/deserializers and a factory, that would mark the problem fields with required serializer/deserializer annotations using, say, the javassist library, but it seems that it is an overhead.. details
    • You need to use it _first_, and include the generated code in your project.Another option could be dynamically generate the class using javassist or CGLib, but that class would be useless unless you use reflection to access its members, so even if it _would_ be a class, it will _behave_ like a really annoying Map.. details
    • It's not so bad I guess, but it makes some of my classes a little bloated with annotations all over the place.. details
    • This would prevent it from trying to handle the Javassist stuff (and failing).. details
Summaries of the opinions about javassist using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • Yep, that's pretty much what I did .
  • Please, suggest, how to do it right way .
  • Yep, that's pretty much what I did .
  • Please, suggest, how to do it right way .
  • Yep, that's pretty much what I did .
  • Please, suggest, how to do it right way .
  • This would prevent it from trying to handle the Javassist stuff (and failing) .
  • It's not so bad I guess, but it makes some of my classes a little bloated with annotations all over the place .
  • You need to use it first , and include the generated code in your project Another option could be dynamically generate the class using javassist or CGLib, but that class would be useless unless you use reflection to access its members, so even if it would be a class, it will behave like a really annoying Map .
  • The first idea is to write several serializers deserializers and a factory, that would mark the problem fields with required serializer deserializer annotations using, say, the javassist library, but it seems that it is an overhead .
  • Right Javassist should do mostly what you need, but the declarations need to be on separate lines (if going by declaration, otherwise your code could determine order by getter setter if that proves to be ambiguous .
  • This would prevent it from trying to handle the Javassist stuff (and failing) .
  • It's not so bad I guess, but it makes some of my classes a little bloated with annotations all over the place .
  • You need to use it first , and include the generated code in your project Another option could be dynamically generate the class using javassist or CGLib, but that class would be useless unless you use reflection to access its members, so even if it would be a class, it will behave like a really annoying Map .
  • The first idea is to write several serializers deserializers and a factory, that would mark the problem fields with required serializer deserializer annotations using, say, the javassist library, but it seems that it is an overhead .
  • Right Javassist should do mostly what you need, but the declarations need to be on separate lines (if going by declaration, otherwise your code could determine order by getter setter if that proves to be ambiguous .
  • This would prevent it from trying to handle the Javassist stuff (and failing) .
  • It's not so bad I guess, but it makes some of my classes a little bloated with annotations all over the place .
  • You need to use it first , and include the generated code in your project Another option could be dynamically generate the class using javassist or CGLib, but that class would be useless unless you use reflection to access its members, so even if it would be a class, it will behave like a really annoying Map .
  • The first idea is to write several serializers deserializers and a factory, that would mark the problem fields with required serializer deserializer annotations using, say, the javassist library, but it seems that it is an overhead .
  • Right Javassist should do mostly what you need, but the declarations need to be on separate lines (if going by declaration, otherwise your code could determine order by getter setter if that proves to be ambiguous .
Summaries of the opinions about javassist using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about javassist using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Onlysentiment:
  • Yep, that's pretty much what I did.
  • N/A
Usability:
  • Please, suggest, how to do it right way.
  • Right Javassist should do mostly what you need, but the declarations need to be on separate lines (if going by declaration, otherwise your code could determine order by getter/setter if that proves to be ambiguous.
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Yep, that's pretty much what I did.. details
  • Usability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Please, suggest, how to do it right way.. details
  • Usability: 5
    1. general: 5
      • Right Javassist should do mostly what you need, but the declarations need to be on separate lines (if going by declaration, otherwise your code could determine order by getter/setter if that proves to be ambiguous.. details
      • The first idea is to write several serializers/deserializers and a factory, that would mark the problem fields with required serializer/deserializer annotations using, say, the javassist library, but it seems that it is an overhead.. details
      • You need to use it _first_, and include the generated code in your project.Another option could be dynamically generate the class using javassist or CGLib, but that class would be useless unless you use reflection to access its members, so even if it _would_ be a class, it will _behave_ like a really annoying Map.. details
      • It's not so bad I guess, but it makes some of my classes a little bloated with annotations all over the place.. details
      • This would prevent it from trying to handle the Javassist stuff (and failing).. details