|Implementation||Common Lisp Object System (CLOS)|
The BIBLE system (Pasquier 1992, 1994) allowed an intelligent organization of the logical and physical representations of structured documents. The system implemented a form of dynamic sharing based on delegation and cloning of prototypes. The underlying mechanism was inspired by Prototype Oriented Programming, which was a promising new line of research in the early 1990s.
Pasquier, C. (1992), “BIBLE: a system for Design and Management of Context-Controlled Documents,” in First international conference on principles of document processing (podp’92), Washington D. C.
Pasquier, C. (1994), “Gestion et conception de documents structurés par le contexte,” PhD Thesis, Nice, France: University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis.