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Interceptor and decorator support for Autofac via Castle DynamicProxy.

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Get Started

First, create your interceptor:

public class CallLogger : IInterceptor
  TextWriter _output;

  public CallLogger(TextWriter output)
    _output = output;

  public void Intercept(IInvocation invocation)
    _output.Write("Calling method {0}.", invocation.Method.Name);
    _output.WriteLine("Done: result was {0}.", invocation.ReturnValue);

Then register your type to be intercepted:

var builder = new ContainerBuilder();
builder.Register(c => new CallLogger(Console.Out));
var container = builder.Build();
var willBeIntercepted = container.Resolve<ISomeInterface>();

You can read more details in the documentation.

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