Execution levels for aspect-oriented programming

@inproceedings{Tanter2010ExecutionLF,
  title={Execution levels for aspect-oriented programming},
  author={{\'E}ric Tanter},
  booktitle={AOSD},
  year={2010}
}
In aspect-oriented programming languages, advice evaluation is usually considered as part of the base program evaluation. This is also the case for certain pointcuts, such as if pointcuts in AspectJ, or simply all pointcuts in higher-order aspect languages like AspectScheme. While viewing aspects as part of base level computation clearly distinguishes AOP from reflection, it also comes at a price: because aspects observe base level computation, evaluating pointcuts and advice at the base level… CONTINUE READING
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