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Yeah I could see doing that. I don't do a lot of injection and decoration these days because I'm out of the field and mainly researching parsing and compiling which doesn't really require a lot of that.

Still it makes a lot of sense to me to factor orthogonal functionality that way. It's an interesting approach.

Primarily I use them for augmenting classes created with code generation, which as I understand it is what they were primarily designed for, but I really like them in general as another tool in my factoring toolbelt.

I use one on my ParseContext class as well to make a "tear-off" with a bunch of helper functions that aren't necessary for the core functionality but are provided as a convenience.

Partial classes are neat. =)
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