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The Implementation of DaSSF OTcl APIs
Hongxia Quan
Dartmouth PCS-TR99-355

Abstract: As an extension of Tcl, Otcl provides basic functionality for object-oriented programming in scripting language Tcl. We implemented the Otcl APIs for DaSSF (a parallel simulator software written in C++ at Dartmouth College) using Tclcl software package written in University of California at Berkeley. This document discussed the issues involved in the implementation, especially the communications between C++ objects and Otcl objects required by DaSSF and the naming problems.

Note: Thesis Advisor: David M. Nicol


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