This looks very interesting, Phillip.  I haven't downloaded the package
yet, but I read the wiki and it finally made sense once I understood the
goal (I think): TW lets you set up the class inheritance hierarchy at
runtime.  In normal OO methodology, you can only extend classes.  With
TW, you can also slip your own version of a base class into a class
hierarchy (without actually modifying the Python class hierarchy, of

What is your vision of integrating AOP into a persistent object system? 
Would one drop in an object that modifies the class loading mechanism so
that the classes come from a TW component rather than Python modules?


"Phillip J. Eby" wrote:
> It's here...  the first preview release of TransWarp.  The bad news is, it
> only contains working versions of the aspect-oriented programming tools
> (the rest of the package is in flux).  The good news is:
> 1. It's a *robust* working version, with 114 unit tests to prove it, and
> 2. There's state-of-the-art documentation, including such cutting-edge
> technology as tutorials, and super-simple examples.  :)
> You can find the software at:
> and the online documentation at:
> Comments welcome.  Enjoy.

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