Design Process (was: Re: Refactoring...)
Thu, 13 Jan 2000 22:32:24 +0100
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 10:28:02PM -0800, Jason Marshall wrote:
> I'm curious what design processes one uses on large functional
> projects, and, more to the point,
> how might one work within a 'metaprogramming' framework?
> How do you divide and conquer? Unit test? Debug?
> Interface to legacy code?
I can't say, because I don't have that much experience yet.
I guess it's almost like with other systems, except that
in your design iterations, you also modify your development tools
so as to adapt them to your needs.
I think that language developers already do that kind of things;
but in presence of non-reflective languages, they are "privileged" users.
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