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Yielder library is a library that uses Java 1.5's facility to hook user-defined class inspectors/transformers into the classloader and rewrites the byte code of a yieldNextCore() method containing calls to yieldReturn(foo)

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  1. Extending Java with Yield
    Yielder library is a library that uses Java 1.5's facility to hook user-defined class inspectors/transformers into the classloader and rewrites the byte code of a yieldNextCore() method containing calls to yieldReturn(foo) in order to prompt the local variables to members of an anonymous inner class.

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Posted on: October 14, 2010

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