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This is an interesting answer, especially since I'm using Mono.Cecil for the bytecode analysis part already!
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A 'compilable commit' means that a changeset does not break the build, i.e. 'compiles'. The input is read from bytecode (MSIL), and bytecode can only be generated by a successful compile.
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+1. Also: the longer the feedback loop, the less you remember about the task. At the extreme, you need to re-acquaint yourself with the entire codebase all over again.
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