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Title: Hyper-programming in Java
Authors: Zirintsis, E
Dunstan, VS
Kirby, Graham Njal Cameron
Morrison, Ronald
Keywords: QA76 Computer software
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Zirintsis , E , Dunstan , V S , Kirby , G N C & Morrison , R 1999 , ' Hyper-programming in Java ' . in 8th International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems (POS8) and 3rd International Workshop on Persistence and Java (PJW3) : Advances in Persistent Object Systems . Morgan Kaufmann , pp. 370-382 , 3rd International Workshop on Persistence and Java (PJW3) , Tiburon , United States , 30 August .
Abstract: Hyper-programming is a technology only available in persistent systems since hyper-program source contains both text and links to persistent objects. A hyper-programming system has already been prototyped in the persistent programming language Napier88. Here we report on the transfer of that technology to a more commercial platform, Java. The component technologies required for hyper-programming include linguistic reflection, a persistent store, and a browsing mechanism, all of which have been reported elsewhere. The topics of discussion here are the additional technologies of: the specification of denotable hyper-links in Java; a mechanism for preserving links over traditional compilation; a hyper-program editor; and the integration of the editor and the browser with the hyper-programming user interface. We describe their design and implementation. In total these technologies constitute a hyper-programming system in Java.
Version: Postprint
ISBN: 1-55860-585-1
Type: Conference item
Rights: (c)1999 Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc. This is an author version of the conference paper.
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
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