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Kevo is a prototype-based object-oriented system build around a very simple object model. Unlike most object-oriented systems, Kevo does not have classes. And unlike the few other prototype-based object-oriented systems (such as Self), Kevo does not feature delegation. Instead of classes and delegation, Kevo is based on concatenation: unrestricted composition of object interfaces. In concatenation, objects are derived from each other simply by cloning (copying) and subsequently modifying them so as to differentiate them from each other. The Kevo system automatically maintains information about clone families (groups of similar objects) and their derivation relationships.
Taivalsaari, Antero. (1993). Kevo User's Guide. Victoria, B.C.
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- System 7.0 or later recommended
- May run on earlier Systems
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