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RE: Am I wrong?

From: Delos Nash
Subject: RE: Am I wrong?
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 07:45:02 -0700

I understand what you were saying now.
Have a good day.

Del Nash

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[ On Monday, June 25, 2001 at 15:26:45 (-0700), Delos Nash wrote: ]
> Subject: RE: Am I wrong?
> Could you explain?
> Yes I've heard of Libraries, but I don't understand your reference...

Shared code should be modularised, documented, and put in a library.

You can then manage it as a separate product (even if only internally),
including whatever level of release management is appropriate.

Then the libraries can be compiled and installed on every development
platform (just like any other development tool or resoruce), and all the
other code that "shares" the library code can simply link against it.

Doing this will undoubtably upset any programmers who haven't yet fully
understood the impact of "sharing" modules with other projects, but
that's a *good* thing in the long run!  :-)  The library approach is a
very real representation of what they've got to do anyway.

                                                        Greg A. Woods

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