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|USENIX ATC '98||Dynamic C++ Classes - A Lightweight Mechanism to Update Code in a Running Program||Gisli Hjalmtysson, Robert Gray|
|ALS 2000||GCC 3.0: The State of the Source||Mark Mitchell, Alexander Samuel|
|USENIX ATC '03||CSE: A C++ Servlet Environment for High-Performance Web Applications||Thomas Gschwind, Benjamin A. Schmit|
|COOTS '01||PSTL--A C++ Persistent Standard Template Library||Thomas Gschwind|
|WIESS 2000||Automatic Precompiled Headers: Speeding up C++ Application Build Times||Tara Krishnaswamy|
|USENIX ATC '02||Interactive 3D Graphics Applications for Tcl||Oliver Kersting, Jürgen Döllner|
|COOTS '01||Design Patterns for Generic Programming in C++||Alexandre Duret-Lutz, Thierry Geraud, Akim Demaille|
|WIESS 2000||C++ Exception Handling for IA64||Christophe de Dinechin|
|COOTS '98||Compile Time Symbolic Derivation with C++ Templates||Joseph Gil, Zvi Gutterman|
|Fourth Annual USENIX Tcl/Tk Workshop||Automated Wrapping of a C++ Class Library into Tcl||Ken Martin|