dblack / wobblini.net wrote:

> But the whole thing may indeed
> become non-class-based.  I'm not sure what that would entail.  I kind
> of think that if it were something other than a class, one would end
> up longing for a "class interface" to it, and then it might as well be
> a class....

I tend to agree with you. While on the surface it may seem simpler
without the class, I think it actually ends being more complicated.  I
think the same holds true for aop wraps --another reason to favor of
cuts over (or as a foundation for) the proposed hooks.

T.