ContextJ: Context-oriented Programming with Java

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Context-oriented programming (COP) allows for the modularization of context-dependent behavioral variations. So far, COP has been implemented for dynamically-typed languages such as Lisp, Smalltalk, Python, and Ruby relying on reflection mechanisms, and for the statically-typed programming language Java based on a library and a pre-processor. ContextJ is… (More)

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@inproceedings{Appeltauer2009ContextJCP, title={ContextJ: Context-oriented Programming with Java}, author={Malte Appeltauer and Robert Hirschfeld and Michael Haupt and Hidehiko Masuhara}, year={2009} }