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CALI

CALI is a framework to prototype and compose Aspect-Oriented Programming Languages on top of Java. It is based on an abstract aspect language that its extensible to implement new AOPL. As proof of approach and methodology, the following language have been implemented: -AspectJ (Dynamic part of AspectJ, where intertype declartion can be implemented using regular AspectJ); -EAOPJ : An implementation of Event-Based AOP for Java; -COOL: A DSAL for coordination; -Decorator DSAL. You can use CALI to implement your new AOPL and compose it with existing implementation or using existing implementation to write your applications with aspects form different AOPL.

 
CategoryAspect-Oriented
LicenseOther
HomePagehttp://www.emn.fr/x-info/cali/





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