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Logical extensions to intermediate code

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An assembly aggregate comprising a virtual, logical view of an arbitrarily defined collection of intermediate code and metadata can be authored, factored, accessed, modified, and distributed. Multiple physical containers of assembly information can be aggregated to create a single logical assembly called an assembly aggregate. An assembly can thus be redefined as a logical view against (or projection over) the assembly aggregate. Such an assembly can be targeted to the requester: that is, an assembly can be redefined according to tool and/or execution context rather than conforming to explicit or implicit requirements enforced by the runtime.
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