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-* A Short Presentation of the OSes +Introduction
-* Security +
-* Message passing approach +
-<a href='http://imagik.fr/view-rl/282848'><img src='http://imagik.fr/thumb/282848.jpeg'></a><br /><a href='http://imagik.fr'><small>imagik.fr</small></a> +ObjectSpaces are group of objects with a global environment and their own .
 +ObjectSpaces are organized in a n-tree thus an ObjectSpace has one parent and zero or ore children.
-<a href='http://imagik.fr/view-rl/282849'><img src='http://imagik.fr/thumb/282849.jpeg'></a><br /><a href='http://imagik.fr'><small>imagik.fr</small></a>+An object belongs to one and only one ObjectSpace. The reflection is restricted to the current ObjectSpace an object couldn't inject an object in an instance variable to a external object, or swap references of two objects that don't belong to the current ObjectSpace

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ObjectSpaces' guide

Introduction

ObjectSpaces are group of objects with a global environment and their own .
ObjectSpaces are organized in a n-tree thus an ObjectSpace has one parent and zero or ore children.

An object belongs to one and only one ObjectSpace. The reflection is restricted to the current ObjectSpace an object couldn't inject an object in an instance variable to a external object, or swap references of two objects that don't belong to the current ObjectSpace

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