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From "Michael Mattox" <michael.mat...@verideon.com>
Subject Re: Interception mechanism (very small question)
Date Tue, 24 May 2005 06:55:45 GMT
> I studied very carefully the interception mechanism in HiveMind, and
> the way see it , it's not an AOP features, because the interception
> happens on "run time", am i right here ? I just want to make sure that
> i did miss something here...

I wouldn't get particular about runtime or compile time or
post-compilation time, it doesn't matter really when or how it happens..
it's the runtime behavior that counts.  AOP has several keys and one of
them is cross-cutting concerns.  HiveMind's interceptors is a way to
handle cross-cutting concerns.  Although HiveMind isn't a full AOP system,
it's interceptor mechanism sounds very attractive to me.  Mention AOP and
people (especially project managers) freak out.  It's a risk for the
project, can't use it.  But for some reason IoC containers are gaining
better exceptance.  And if HiveMind can sneak in a little AOP then I'm all
for it.  ;)

-Michael



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