GNUEDMA
 October, 2003
 CONTENTS  main | overview | repositories | object creation | inheritance | aop | use | type system | performance | comparision  

overview  
What's GNU/EDMA?
Supported Platforms
General Features
General Concepts
repositories  
GNU/EDMA Global Repository
Application Local Repositories
Class Installation. Interface + Implementation
object creation  
Simple object creation
The SIU Subsystem. System Integration
Explicit SIU Proxies. Blind SIU Proxies
Implicit SIU Proxies. Non-blind SIU Proxies
Object Clonning
inheritance  
Static Inheritance
Dynamic Inheritance
On-Demand Inheritance
Object Inheritance
Virtual Methods
aspect oriented programming  
SIU Proxies as Aspects
Dynamic AOP. Dynamically atachable SIU Proxies
unanticipated software evolution (USE)  
Version Barrier Approach
Object Transmigration based on updating scripts
type system  
Static Typing on Static Programs
Run-time type checks
Anchor Point restrictions
On-Demand Type Completion. SISI
Notes on GNU/EDMA type system
performance  
Low-Level Interface
Object Creation
Method Invocation
Method Invocation on Delegation hierarchies
related work  
GNU/EDMA as a Component Model
Dynamic Component Adaptation
Aspect Oriented Programming
Run-time update Systems

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