JVM Dynamic Languages Metaobject Protocol
DescriptionThis library aims to make it possible for objects created by a runtime for one dynamic language to be passed to and manipulated by a different dynamic language, running within the same JVM. More generally, it aims to provide a facility where an arbitrary system (usually a language runtime) can intuitively manipulate any arbitrary object model built atop of Java objects (usually the native object model of some other language). Basically, it provides a unified mechanism that all dynamic languages on the JVM can use to inter-operably manipulate their own objects as well as objects from any other language that also uses this mechanism.
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