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comment Disadvantages of scoped-based memory management
+1 Interesting. I don't necessarily agree with his final conclusion that GC reduces productivity, but he does make a valid point that I haven't considered before (at least not as clearly as he put it in the article).
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comment Is having C++ header files without extension a good practice?
@kotlinski There's no way to improve anything, but there are ways to make things worse. This discussion is as pointless as the spaces-vs-tabs discussion. Just pick one convention and go do something useful.
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comment Is having C++ header files without extension a good practice?
@kotlinski This is one of those cases where there's nothing you can do to improve the situation because anything you pick is a matter of preference. Actually, having some extension, I'd say, is better than none, because the OS (read, Windows) can determine what program to open the file with based on the extension.
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comment Can manager classes be a sign of bad architecture?
Ah yes, EventDispatcher, I've been trying to find a good name for a while now. :P
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comment Strictness in programming methods among Stack Overflow users
@sbi But sometimes macros can be useful. Look at BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE, or BOOST_FOREACH.