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"Meta: Augmenting and Unifying Object-Oriented (and other) Languages"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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Meta: Augmenting and Unifying Object-Oriented (and other) Languages

Wade Holst, University of Western Ontario

Meta is an ambitious research project whose overall purpose is to increase the utility and expressive power of a wide range of existing languages. Meta provides augmented versions of existing languages and guarantee support for aspects, components, language interoperability, visualization, reflection, various inheritance models, and many other extensions.