Dynamic Configuration of Software Product Lines in ArchJava

Abstract : This paper considers the use of a state-of-the-art, general-purpose, component-programming language, specifically ArchJava, to implement software product lines. Component-programming languages provide a more straightforward mapping between components as assets and components as implementation artifacts. However, guaranteeing that the implementation conforms to the architecture raises new issues with respect to dynamic configuration. We show how this can be solved in ArchJava by making the components auto-configurable, which corresponds to replacing components by component generators. Such a scheme can be implemented in various ways, in particular with a two-stage generator. This solution goes beyond the initial technical ArchJava issue and complements the standard static generative approach to software product line implementation.
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Robert L. Nord. Software Product Lines: Third International Conference, 2004, Boston, MA, USA, United States. pub.springer Heidelberg, 3154, pp.90-109, 2004, lncs
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Sébastien Pavel, Jacques Noyé, Jean-Claude Royer. Dynamic Configuration of Software Product Lines in ArchJava. Robert L. Nord. Software Product Lines: Third International Conference, 2004, Boston, MA, USA, United States. pub.springer Heidelberg, 3154, pp.90-109, 2004, lncs. 〈hal-00457194〉

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