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Re: Stupid Question (was RE: XML doesn't deserveits


Re:  Stupid Question (was RE:  XML doesn't deserveits
[Leigh Dodds]

> > This kind of design is quite similar to AFs, in fact, but its OOP
orientation make it
> > quite powerful (because polymorphism in data would be leveraged by
polymorphism in code).
>
> This seems very close to AFs. In fact I think from a markup perspective
the mechanisms
> you need are *exactly* AFs
>
> What I think you're adding is a XML serialization/mapping layer which is
AF aware. So
> once you've processed your instance as a particular AF, you end up with
application
> objects that conform to interfaces that inherit from one another. Sounds
nice.
>
> The dynamic proxy stuff in Java ought to make this kind of thing
straight-forward to right.

Is there a role for the "Demeter" method here?

Cheers,

Tom P


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