bofh at stremler.net
Sun Mar 21 15:28:49 PST 2004
begin quoting Brian Deacon as of Sun, Mar 21, 2004 at 12:59:43PM -0800:
> Jalopy is your friend in this case. Don't worry, Stewart, you can still
> run it from the command line. :) You can customize it to make the
> default javadoc say something like "[AuthorName] is a lazy wanker that
> hasn't documented this function yet."
That doesn't actually /help/ the situation. We have someone who did
try running the code thru some automated tools, but it screws up more
code than it fixed, formatting-wise.
> Actually, putting some
> career-limiting explicit lyrics in the template would probably be a
> strong encouragement to getting stuff documented before it got checked
> in. :)
Not in this group. We don't take kindly to that sort of thing...
> Hehe one of my aforementioned coworkers (and probably the smartest guy
> I've worked with) phrased the same concept as "You can't try-catch
Nor can you subclass it away.
However, unit-tests before code seems to hold promise... it's just so
HARD to remember to do.
> (Is it me, or is this about the most civil "my language / your language"
> thread you've read in a while?)
What does Bob say? "It's all good fun."
-Stewart "No reason why everyone should do it my way -- if I can" Stremler
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