[OT] memory management -- was Re: itoa'd you so?
nick at leippe.com
Thu Sep 20 16:29:02 MDT 2007
On Thursday 20 September 2007, Dave Smith wrote:
> I'm surprised no one has mentioned Aspect Oriented Programming for
> debugging, which to me is a textbook no-brainer application. It operates
> (potentially) directly on the parse tree and should be ideal for
> removing/adding debugging code at build time (or even run time). Is it
AOP is not dead. There are many projects to add AOP to several languages.
They include at least (from my recollection when I last read up on it) Lisp,
weaving in a statically compiled language is a bit more difficult. I never
looked into Java or .net/mono, but I imagine it should be possible even if
I have been itching for a good project to try my hand at AOP with...
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