Meaning of object

Paul Snively psnively@earthlink.net
Mon, 24 Jul 2000 21:21:37 -0700


on 7/24/00 8:18 PM, Jonathan S. Shapiro at shap@eros-os.org wrote:

> There is no essential reason to associate a *single*
> distinguished "behavior" with a particular bit of state.
> 
> In short, I argue that facet-oriented programming is strictly more powerful
> than object-orented programming, and that perhaps we should devote some
> attention to the distinction.

Is there a (useful) analogy here to Aspect-Oriented Programming? See
<http://www.parc.xerox.com/csl/projects/aop/>.

Regards,
Paul