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Jan
3
comment How to simulate method overloading in langs without such feature?
there are two issues here: 1. PaymentProvider implementor will not aware about details. 2. Every time create PaymentProvider for pay operation? Im' not sure it's good. When you will require to pay 1000 times or which more real — to check payment status 1000 times on different details. will you create ConcreteProvider 1000 times?
Jan
2
comment How to simulate method overloading in langs without such feature?
I dont' think it's useless. Also how is "payWithConcreteDetails" could be added in interface? If I develop abstract extensible interface like Provider.pay(PayDetails) I just can't know and not need to know about some ConcretePayDetails, which another programmer can add later.
Jan
2
comment How to simulate method overloading in langs without such feature?
@lxrec, see "Typical problem could be some abstract payment system"
Jan
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asked How to simulate method overloading in langs without such feature?
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Oct
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comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
@JohannesS. which vcs do you using? Also do you have some ready howto or wiki about their integration? Nice to have such one.
Oct
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accepted Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
Oct
5
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
@AndrewFinnell, this form, and forms like this is that's why I dont' like complex solutions :( my.atlassian.com/ondemand/signup/jira,fisheye And there are just no crucible! :) $('.submit-form input').length == 58
Oct
5
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
@AndrewFinnell, ... doesn't "$10/MO" means that it's 10$ per month? Or I looking for in wrong place?
Oct
5
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
"gerrit" I installed it -- it wasnt so hard. I just fail to use it! And also it has ugly UI and workflow.
Oct
5
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
wow! We need to try it instead of our lovely redmine.
Oct
5
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
@AndrewFinnell, it's $10 per month :) atlassian.com/software/crucible/pricing But main bad thing is that it can have dependency on jira.
Oct
4
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
@KonradRudolph, by minizing I means to minize interactions, that break developer`s concentration. For example: do you like, when you do some complex thing and someone asks you about not-so-critical now? After you need to "reboot" yuorself into complex task again. I dont' mean we should work as in jail here :)
Oct
4
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
"keeping a record" -- only when we not squashing review commits ... But then we meet with a "review-chat" in version control system... Those who likes squashing and "clean history" will not be very glad.
Oct
4
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
"person can ... delete the comment" -- it's an issue. +1
Oct
4
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
"interactivity" -- author can answer in another comments, below initial. Just like in wikipedia style.
Oct
4
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
"place for praise" -- also possible, but after squashing will be lost :( I already see one issue -- we lost review history when squashing commits.