Aspect Orientation for Your Language of Choice

@inproceedings{Heidenreich2007AspectOF,
  title={Aspect Orientation for Your Language of Choice},
  author={Florian Heidenreich and Jendrik Johannes and Steffen Zschaler},
  year={2007}
}
Modern software development uses lots of so-called domain-specific languages (DSLs), providing domain-specific abstractions as a means to cope with the increasing complexity of modern software systems. While such languages are developed with a strong focus on the domain issues they are to address, more technical considerations of language engineering are typically left out. This can become problematic when the size of descriptions or programs in such a DSL increases, leading eventually to a… CONTINUE READING
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