A variability-aware module system

@inproceedings{Kstner2012AVM,
  title={A variability-aware module system},
  author={Christian K{\"a}stner and Klaus Ostermann and Sebastian Erdweg},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={2012}
}
Module systems enable a divide and conquer strategy to software development. To implement compile-time variability in software product lines, modules can be composed in different combinations. However, this way, variability dictates a dominant decomposition. As an alternative, we introduce a variability-aware module system that supports compile-time variability inside a module and its interface. So, each module can be considered a product line that can be type checked in isolation. Variability… CONTINUE READING
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