What are Aspects? (Re: How can I make my assertions smarter?)

Aahz Maruch aahz at netcom.com
Sat Nov 6 00:45:07 CET 1999


In article <slrn824lqc.ngk.wtanksle at hawking.armored.net>,
William Tanksley <wtanksle at hawking.armored.net> wrote:
>
>In short, aspects are like objects, only where an object implements a
>self-contained concept, an aspect implements a widespread concept.  For
>example, reference counting could be written as an aspect, but never as an
>object.

Sounds like templates to me, or Python's "mix-in" classes.  Am I missing
something?
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