The PostSharp.Extensibility namespace defines the semantics of the attribute multicasting mechanism and exposes other types that allow user code to interact with the PostSharp,platform.
Assigns a unique identifier to an assembly. This assembly identifier is used to generate unique attribute identifiers.
Sets the level of backward compatibility required by aspects in the current assembly.
Custom attribute added to the assembly manifest of modules processed by PostSharp.
Custom attribute that, when applied on an assembly, means that a given message should be escalated to an error during the current PostSharp session.
Internal Only. Custom attribute used internally by PostSharp to mark elements having inherited custom attributes. This custom attribute should not be used in custom code, otherwise PostSharp may not work properly.
Custom attribute meaning that custom attributes of a given type are bound to the implementation, not to the semantics.
Exception thrown at build time by implementation of CompileTimeValidate(Object) when an annotation is invalid.
Encapsulates a message (error, warning, info, ...).
Provides a base implementation of IMessageDispenser where the message key is supposed to be in format PRE0000, where PRE is a prefix and 0000 is an integer. Keys for help URLs have the format PRE0000?.
Exception embedding a Message.
Provides commodity methods to work with an IMessageSink.
Custom attribute that, when applied on an aspect, causes the aspect to increment some metric at build time.
Custom attribute that can be applied to multiple elements using wildcards.
Custom attribute that determines the usage of a MulticastAttribute.
Provides access to the current PostSharp environment (IPostSharpEnvironment).
Provides tracing functionality. An instance of the PostSharpTrace type implements a trace sink.
Represents a custom element (or section) in the XML project type.
Represents an element of a resource section, i.e. a named object deserialized from XML.
Custom attribute that, when applied on another custom attribute (a class derived from Attribute), means that assemblies with elements annotated with that custom attribute should be processed by PostSharp.
Custom attribute that, when applied on a type, specifies that all build-time semantics of this type require reflection wrappers to be passed instead of real reflection objects.
Instructs PostSharp that the validation of IValidableAnnotation is done by another component, and should not be processed by the default component.
Gets a text given its key.
Provides information about the current PostSharp environment.
Provides information about the currently executing project.
Exposes the ResolveAssembly(Type) method, which gets the reference identity of the assembly declaring a given type.
A service exposed by the build-time part of PostSharp.
Exposes build-time services.
A context that provides storage for arbitrary items.
Represents a version and variant of the .NET framework (running on a device) on which the project being built is design to run.
Interface that, when implemented by a custom attribute (Attribute), causes PostSharp to invoke a validation method for every instance of that custom attribute.
Service that allows build-time code to push annotations (both programmatic and user-visible) to PostSharp Tools for Visual Studio.
Enumeration of contexts in which assemblies can be loaded.
Enumeration of standard levels of backward compatibility.
Attributes of elements to which multicast custom attributes (MulticastAttribute) apply.
Kind of inheritance of MulticastAttribute.
Kinds of targets to which multicast custom attributes (MulticastAttribute) can apply.
Types of message severities.