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====== Appendix: Libraries ====== ====== Appendix: Libraries ======
-In the appendix, we explain useful libraries available to the AmbientTalk/2 programmer. These libraries provide abstractions ranging from traditional, established "collections" up to newly researched language constructs, such as "ambient references".+In the appendix, we explain useful libraries available to the AmbientTalk/2 programmer as part of the AmbientTalk standard library, also known as ''atlib''. These libraries provide abstractions ranging from traditional, established "collections" up to newly researched language constructs, such as "ambient references". 
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 +The Ambientalk standard library (''atlib'') is part of the AmbientTalk/2 distribution. Note that the Intellij plugin already contains ''atlib''. If you would like to access the atlib source files, please visit the dedicated gitlab project [[ https://gitlab.soft.vub.ac.be/ambienttalk/atlib |here.]]
===== Unit Testing Framework ===== ===== Unit Testing Framework =====
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When the message sent to a multireference is annotated with @Due(t), the timeout is applied to the implicit multifuture, causing whenAll observers to trigger automatically. Note that the implicit multifuture of a multireference is bounded, so whenAll observers trigger automatically when all replies have been received. When the message sent to a multireference is annotated with @Due(t), the timeout is applied to the implicit multifuture, causing whenAll observers to trigger automatically. Note that the implicit multifuture of a multireference is bounded, so whenAll observers trigger automatically when all replies have been received.
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==== Leased Object References ==== ==== Leased Object References ====
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 +==== TOTAM ====
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 +The module ''/.at.lang.totam'' provides an implementation for TOTAM, a tuple space model geared towards mobile ad hoc networks which combines a replication-based tuple space model with a dynamic scoping mechanism that limits the transportation of tuples.
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 +Please have a look to [[:uf:totam]] for further details on the model and its API.
==== Dynamic Variables ==== ==== Dynamic Variables ====
 
 
 
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