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"Pluggable AOP: Designing Aspect Mechanisms for Third-party Composition"

 

 
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Pluggable AOP: Designing Aspect Mechanisms for Third-party Composition

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Sergei Kojarski, Northeastern University
David Lorenz, Northeastern University

Studies of Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) usually focus on a language in which a specific aspect extension is integrated with a base language. Languages specified in this manner have a fixed, non-extensible AOP functionality. In this paper we consider the more general case of integrating a base language with a set of domain specific third-party aspect extensions for that language. We present a general mixin-based method for implementing aspect extensions in such a way that multiple, independently developed, dynamic aspect extensions can be subject to third-party composition and work collaboratively.

 
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