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comment When to use single-line if statements?
agreed... basically single line if are a bug trap with marginal benefits. Personally I do them for argument validation, everything else, if it must be single-line I prefer the trinary operator or go all the way with a proper if with braces and all
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comment Why use try … finally without a catch clause?
because sometimes all the way on top is as close as one can do
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comment Is it allowed to embed an LGPL command-line tool?
@gnp if you have not modified it technically the source code is already distributed elsewhere that said my response to your argument opens the door to nitpicking-land paved with flower painted carpets that we love tripping over so much :-)
Dec
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comment Is it allowed to embed an LGPL command-line tool?
@BartvanIngenSchenau: Technically you can statically link a LGPL but you would have to provide openly the means for a customer to replace the LGPL lib and re-generate the exe. Could lie a tad bit outside the comfort zone of a closed source app though.
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comment Is it allowed to embed an LGPL command-line tool?
@AProgrammer: Linking actually does have an impact on LGPL. Dynamically linked libraries can be swapped in-situ while statically linked cannot. With statically linked libraries one would have to provide means for the customer to link again with a his own LGPL lib which implies distribution of more than just the final executable.
Dec
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comment Is it allowed to embed an LGPL command-line tool?
I think it would yes, akin to a dynamically loaded DLL, just more loosely coupled (Thus easier to respect the LGPL's terms).
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answered Is it allowed to embed an LGPL command-line tool?