Creating Pluggable and Reusable Non-functional Aspects in AspectC + +

@inproceedings{HewlettPackard2006CreatingPA,
  title={Creating Pluggable and Reusable Non-functional Aspects in AspectC + +},
  author={Michael Mortensen Hewlett-Packard and E. Harmony Road},
  year={2006}
}
  • Michael Mortensen Hewlett-Packard, E. Harmony Road
  • Published 2006
An object-oriented framework enables both black box reuse and white box reuse in client applications, serving as an important infrastructural building block. We are refactoring framework-based applications to modularize cross-cutting concerns with aspects. In this paper, we explore implementation issues we encountered while creating non-functional aspects in AspectC++ that are pluggable and reusable. 

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