OOMMS: A module management system based on an object-oriented model
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This paper describes the design rationale of OOMMS, a module management system based on an object-oriented model. The concepts of object and module are defined. Modules refer to the software products in general which have interface parts and body parts. Related concepts of a cluster of modules, versions of a module, and revisions of a version are also defined. The tools for checking in C program modules into OOMMS are discussed.
KeywordsModule object-oriented module management system version revision
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