Barter - beyond design by contract

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A tool for increasing the quality of Java applications. It allows the programmer to use design by contract and define other development aspects right in the classes where they are relevant, as JavaDoc comments. It's a combination of AspectJ and xDoclet.

http://barter.sourceforge.net

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