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comment What is the value proposition of “build, release, run”?
I don't know if the scenario you describe counts as "modifying code at runtime". It does make your installation more brittle if the steps you describe aren't automated, but I assume you're saying they are. If they are automated and reproducible, I don't see any problem.
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answered What is the value proposition of “build, release, run”?
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