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Re: Translucent storage: design, pros, and cons

From: Jonathan S. Shapiro
Subject: Re: Translucent storage: design, pros, and cons
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 09:31:55 -0500

On Fri, 2007-01-12 at 14:58 +0100, Tom Bachmann wrote:
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> Jonathan S. Shapiro schrieb:
> > 2. You will probably want to adopt (subject to the translucency change):
> > ...
> >   Constructor
> Perhaps you have explained that a number of times (?), but I didn't
> really get it. What is the advantage of a constructor design, when it's
> most unique features are undermined? What more das does it serve, then,
> than encapsulating process creation?

If the only purpose it serves is encapsulating process creation, that is
still a sufficient reason to have the constructor.

Translucent storage does not undermine confinement at all, so your
supposition is mistaken. What is undermined by translucent storage is
the encapsulation property.

Jonathan S. Shapiro, Ph.D.
Managing Director
The EROS Group, LLC
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