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Jiazzi: New-Age Components for Old-Fashioned Java

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Jiazzi: New-Age Components for Old-Fashioned Java
We present Jiazzi, a system that enables the construction of largescale binary components in Java. Jiazzi components can be thought of as generalizations of Java packages with added support for external linking and separate compilation. Jiazzi components are practical because they are constructed out of standard Java source code. Jiazzi requires neither extensions to the Java language nor special conventions for writing Java source code that will go inside a component. Our components are expressive because Jiazzi supports cyclic component linking and mixins, which are used together in an open class pattern that enables the modular addition of new features to existing classes. This paper describes Jiazzi, how it enhances Java with components, its implementation, and how type checking works. An implementation of Jiazzi is available for download.
Sean McDirmid, Matthew Flatt, Wilson C. Hsieh
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where OOPSLA
Authors Sean McDirmid, Matthew Flatt, Wilson C. Hsieh
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