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Home » Developing U++ » External resources » composite oriented programming in c++?
composite oriented programming in c++? [message #22426] Tue, 14 July 2009 01:10
piotr5 is currently offline  piotr5
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those knowing java probably also heard of qi4j. I'm wondering if someone ever tried something similar in c++. I guess with macros it could be possible. but then, is there any ide which could support such a framework, at least theoretically? I can imagine that to the debugger and to any code-completion mechanism (like Assist++) it would look much too complicated with all the generic gluing together of unrelated atomar fragments...
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