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Jon Rista23-Jan-09 9:26
Jon Rista23-Jan-09 9:26 
No problem. I think I kind of confused the issue anyway by using the term "packaging". :P

I've been delving deep into AOP with the PostSharp framework lately, so my perspective on things is a bit skewed from the norm right now. From the AOP perspective, aspects kind of referr to usages. If full AOP capabilities existed in .NET, you could "package up" aspects and apply them to multiple points in your code using external means. This allows a more appropriate separation of concerns, allowing you to neatly isolate cross-cutting concerns from core concerns. PostSharp doesn't yet allow such flexibility in applying aspects, but its getting close.
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