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answered How were some language communities (eg, Ruby and Python) able to prevent fragmentation while others (eg, Lisp or ML) were not?
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comment Development processes, the use of version control, and unit-testing
I see two questions. "How do we get over the "we should"-stages with unit testing?" and "How do we use our version control/tools to their fullest?" Of course, I can say this in hindsight after reading your question and being a third-party
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comment How were some language communities (eg, Ruby and Python) able to prevent fragmentation while others (eg, Lisp or ML) were not?
However, this doesn't mean that theoretical, committee designed languages are always "fragmented." I would say Haskell is an example of that.
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comment Development processes, the use of version control, and unit-testing
I don't think this question is specific and it has been answered before. A quick glance at the list of related questions leads to several questions covering this rather broad question.
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