PostSharp 3.0 brings with it deep integration with Visual Studio and NuGet. With a couple of mouse clicks PostSharp can apply aspects to a method in a clean project. All of the required packages for the aspect are automatically downloaded.
SharpCrafters, makers of the AOP framework PostSharp, have developed a drop-in deadlock detection toolkit. This toolkit works with most standard locking primitives such as Mutex, Monitor, and ReaderWriterLock with only a single line of code added to the project.
One of the biggest complaints about aspect-oriented programming is that is makes it hard to know what the compiled code will actually look like. When looking at source code, developers invariably ask, “What aspects affect this?” For .NET developers, PostSharp has the answer.