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From Aaron Mulder <>
Subject Proxies based on class not interface
Date Thu, 11 Aug 2005 21:32:04 GMT
	Right now, if you want a proxy to a ServerInfo (which is a class 
which implements no interfaces), the kernel's ProxyManager will give one 
to you.  To do that, it creates a subclass of ServerInfo and overrides the 
methods it can.

	It seems like it might be preferable if we only created proxies 
based on interfaces.  This would be a long-term goal, as we'd have to 
provide interrfaces for all the classes that need them (such as 
ServerInfo) and change our references (which use proxies) to be based on 
interface instead of class.  It seems that we're also creating some 
proxies where the class to proxy is java.lang.Object (don't ask me!), and 
we have to hunt that stuff down.

	Nevertheless, I'm wondering what other people think *in principle* 
of removing support for proxies based on class, some day when it becomes 


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