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accepted Review before or after code commit, which is better?
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comment Review before or after code commit, which is better?
was it time consumed for live dialog reviews? Did your team review all code?
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comment Review before or after code commit, which is better?
@Thomas, Perforce is our current VCS tool, we all code and commit in same branches, e.g., all in trunk or release branches. I understood what you said, if we are running Git, I would agree your idea that review policy depends on branching strategy.
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comment How to utilize Xcode project & target to manage products?
With structure of one project and several targets, if I had some common targets (static libs), and one of my product depended on just part of those libs, I would have to branch entire project even if I want to only branch this single product. That's what I'm doubted.
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revised How to utilize Xcode project & target to manage products?
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comment Naming convention: is it good that all subclasses have same prefix or suffix or not?
For these two platforms, yes, there won't be much code shared between them. However, we decided that the same architecture, same naming rule, and same names for all interfaces would be applied to both implementations. Someday we'll even move to more platforms, so we must keep all implementations as consistent as possible, for maintenance reason. Perhaps I didn't present it clearly.
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revised Naming convention: is it good that all subclasses have same prefix or suffix or not?
Update with my answer