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revised Is the Entity Component System architecture object oriented by definition?
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comment Is the Entity Component System architecture object oriented by definition?
Based on the statement, "Each component enacts its own behaviour," it sounds like this post is describing an "Entity Component" architecture and not an "Entity Component System" architecture, which we should be calling "Entity System" architectures to avoid such confusion.
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answered Is the Entity Component System architecture object oriented by definition?
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comment Is it misleading to label code as a particular design pattern if it only loosely fits the definition?
Perhaps another factor being the name of the pattern you're using? A word like "factory" already has a very software-friendly meaning outside of the Factory Pattern: A thing that makes things.
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comment How can I write these services using SOLID and keep them easy to test?
Discussion on the implications of using private methods in a TDD scenario: c2.com/cgi/wiki?TestingPrivateMethodsInCeePlusPlus
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answered Is it OK to introduce methods that are used only during unit tests?