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Context-Oriented Programming: Beyond Layers

Abstract : While many software systems today have to be aware of the context in which they are executing, there is still little support for structuring a program with respect to context. A first step towards better context-orientation was the introduction of method layers. This paper proposes two additional language concepts, namely the implicit activation of method layers, and the introduction of dynamic variables
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Martin von Löwis, Marcus Denker, Oscar Nierstrasz. Context-Oriented Programming: Beyond Layers. International Conference on Dynamic Languages (ICDL 2007), ESUG, 2007, Lugano, Switzerland. ⟨10.1145/1352678.1352688⟩. ⟨inria-00555773⟩



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