CCEL: A Metalanguage for C++

@inproceedings{Duby1992CCELAM,
  title={CCEL: A Metalanguage for C++},
  author={Carolyn K. Duby and Scott Meyers and Steven P. Reiss},
  booktitle={C++ Conference},
  year={1992}
}
c++ is an expressive language, but it does not allow software developers to say all the things about their systems that they need to be able to say. In particular, C+ + offers no way to express many important constraints on a system's design, implementation, and presentation. In this paper, we describe CCEL, a metalanguage for C+ + that allows software developers to express constraints on C+ + designs and implementations, and we describe Clean++, a system that checks C+ + code for violations of… CONTINUE READING
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