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comment Is a new build required everytime I make a change to the code?
@Aaditya: No, make clean deletes everything that's built, typically because you explicitly want to do a full rebuild. Try to build, edit a file and then just run make.
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comment Is a new build required everytime I make a change to the code?
Did you try changing a file and building? MSVC will build what's needed, no more.
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answered Was Java originally designed for a toaster?
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comment designing classes with similar goal but widely different decisional core
@Steven Jeuris: I completely agree on the indication of wrong abstraction, and I wouldn't choose this as a design. My answer is more focused on the "redesign" context, where my primary goal would be to make an existing design extensible without breaking anything or requiring large amounts of changes. I think we're basically agreeing on how this can/should be solved, but answer based on different primary goals.
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comment designing classes with similar goal but widely different decisional core
@Steven Jeuris: On the topic of shared state, this is IMO an acceptable tradeoff, as it is both easy to detect when the expected state is not provided to the P4 class, and there's a single rarely changing point (the primary loop) where you need to ensure that the state is passed to PBase subclasses.