[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: Aspect Oriented Programming in context of lightweight languages.

At 8:55 AM -0500 3/21/03, John Clements wrote:
>On Friday, March 21, 2003, at 07:57  AM, Michael Vanier wrote:
>>Thanks for the very interesting history lesson!  Personally, I like the
>>idea of having a programmable object model, which is why a MOP appeals to
>>me.  I probably will like aspects too, although I suspect that used
>>incorrectly it could easily degenerate into spaghetti code.
>>It's too bad language features don't come with security clearance levels,
>>so that only programmers with a certain level of expertise could use them.
>WANTED: certified call/cc operator.  experience a plus.

Heh. Not a bad idea--otherwise you get people like me doing call/cc. 
(Which I suppose isn't strictly true, as these days I find call/cc a 
bit wussy for my needs, but still...)

--------------------------------------"it's like this"-------------------
Dan Sugalski                          even samurai
dan@sidhe.org                         have teddy bears and even
                                       teddy bears get drunk