One might need to lay some kind of tweaked drawingarea or form under the multiline edit text view of the codeing browsers
jtuchel wrote:A small and helpful improvement for VAST would be if the RB and QA Code Formatter do not reformat each other all the time.
jtuchel wrote:If we all wrote short methods and were good in OO design and programming techniques, the quality of our tools wouldn't matter all that much.
koschate wrote:While I'm happy to have inspired a blog post for you, I just want to to be clear that all I said was that I'd place less weight on the merge tools at this point. Instantiations has limited development resources, and there are other things I'd rather see first.
koschate wrote:We can encourage desired behavior (e.g. creating short methods) in a number of ways. One of these ways is by making undesirable behavior more difficult,
koschate wrote:I also want to be sure that all development effort doesn't go into tools that will only work in the Windows environment. In our team, we deliver primarily in Unix, and many of us find it valuable to develop in Unix as a result (there can be some really nasty differences in window behavior).
However, we lose many of the nice enhancements as a result (for instance, the indicator that a method is calling a non-existent method). Intellisense can be a wonderful thing, but it does nothing for me if I can't use it in Unix.
koschate wrote:I appreciate that it's important to attract new users to Smalltalk by making the environment sexier and more familiar to them. On the other hand, down here in the trenches, I'm looking for tools that will help me manage and improve the code and coders I've already got.
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