AP/S++: Case-study of a MOP for Purposes of Software Evolution

@inproceedings{Lopes1996APSCO,
  title={AP/S++: Case-study of a MOP for Purposes of Software Evolution},
  author={Cristina V. Lopes and Karl J. LieberherrXerox},
  year={1996}
}
We study a recent programming paradigm known as Adaptive Programming (AP) as an ideal candidate for a metaobject protocol (MOP) for object-oriented programming languages; we call it the AP MOP. The major beneet of the AP MOP is to provide a mechanism for writing base-level programs in a structure-shy manner. Doing so, the programs are more robust to changes in the structural aspects of the applications. We describe AP/S++, an implementation of the AP MOP using the Scheme-based, object-oriented… CONTINUE READING

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