XOTcl

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XOTcl
Paradigm(s) multi-paradigm: object-oriented, functional, Imperative, event-driven programming
Designed by Gustaf Neumann and Uwe Zdun
Appeared in 2000[1]
Stable release 1.6.8 / 29 April 2014; 2 months ago (2014-04-29)
Typing discipline dynamic typing, everything can be treated as a string
Influenced by Tcl, OTcl
Website media.wu-wien.ac.at

XOTcl is an object-oriented extension for the Tool Command Language created by Gustaf Neumann and Uwe Zdun. It is a derivative of MIT OTcl. XOTcl is based on a dynamic object system with metaclasses which as influenced by CLOS. Class and method definitions are completely dynamic. XOTcl provides language support for design patterns via filters and decorator mixins.

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  1. ^ Neumann, Gustav; Zdun, Uwe (February 2000). "XOTcl, an Object-Oriented Scripting Language" (PostScript). Retrieved 2014-07-03. 

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