[Mono-dev] the c# compiler code
Miguel de Icaza
miguel at ximian.com
Fri Aug 26 16:12:49 EDT 2005
> The following does not specific to mcs code it's my opinion about splitting
> I think having a clean and well organized source code is required for
> efficient development.
> When splitting is done by copying files using SVN then removing unnecessary
> parts from each file SVN history will remain. Then as a different revision
> modifications can be made to the files. This way modifications can be
> Don't you think this solution is acceptable?
No, it is not acceptable.
History is more valuable to those hacking on the compiler than having a
source code that does not have a file-per-class.
An acceptable hack is: modify MonoDevelop to support class-based
browsing of your source code.
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