Package Universes: Which Components Are Real Candidates?

Package universes is a component-distribution architecture based on explicitly managing the set of components visible at assembly time. The architecture is usable as is for a number of common organizations and software-engineering processes. Also, by providing a context of use for components, it allows several simplifications in the underlying component system. Experience is reported about two prototype implementations and user groups.

Keywords: components packages distribution


  • LAMP-REPORT-2006-002

Record created on 2006-07-10, modified on 2012-11-08

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