3.1. OATH - Object-oriented Abstract Type Hierarchy.
Written by: Brian M. Kennedy
Freeware available via anonymous ftp from site csc.ti.com
(126.96.36.199) in the file /pub/oath.tar.Z.
The Reference Manual states it has only been compiled
with AT&T cfront 2.1 compatible compilers. No templates and
no exception handling.
OATH (Object-oriented Abstract Type Hierarchy) was designed
as an experiment in increasing object-oriented reuse.
It has a fairly high learning curve, but potentially
higher gains if you are looking for a more flexible and
robust abstraction. It is completely unsupported.
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