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Delegation Proxies: The Power of Propagation

Abstract : Scoping behavioral variations to dynamic extents is useful to support non-functional requirements that otherwise result in cross-cutting code. Unfortunately, such variations are difficult to achieve with traditional reflection or aspects. We show that with a modification of dynamic proxies, called delegation proxies, it becomes possible to reflectively implement variations that propagate to all objects accessed in the dynamic extent of a message send. We demonstrate our approach with examples of variations scoped to dynamic extents that help simplify code related to safety, reliability, and monitoring.
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Erwann Wernli, Oscar Nierstrasz, Camille Teruel, Stéphane Ducasse. Delegation Proxies: The Power of Propagation. Modularity, Apr 2014, Lugano, Switzerland. ⟨hal-00958573⟩



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