The Art of the Metaobject Protocol

Anyone read it?  The name keeps popping up for me in various places.  Oddly enough, it was even mentioned in an annotated version of the CLI standard I was flipping through a few weeks ago.

For the uninitiated, it details the MOP behind Lisp’s CLOS.  You can also find MOPs in Groovy and Ruby.

Googling brings back some very interesting reads.

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2 Responses to The Art of the Metaobject Protocol

  1. Joe Ocampo says:

    I am going to get it for the cover art alone.

  2. jlockwood says:

    Hmmm, will have to check it out. In college I elected to use CLisp for all my programming assignments in a Survey of Programming languages class. Neither LISP nor Scheme where in the curriculum, so I was alone in my efforts…ah, the memories.

    In any case, it looks like a great read…will have to get a copy. I wish it was on Safari though.
    :(