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comment How to avoid compiling downtime
... such build times we got only with older, larger C++ projects, developed by people who never read John Lakos book "Large-Scale C++ Software Design".
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comment How to avoid compiling downtime
-1 for leaving no explanation where the 3-5 minutes come from, this is completely nonsense for incremental builds on any decent machine, even for projects with more than 100K LOC.
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comment What is the best way to install Django app on a client's PC?
You are asking for a tool or resource - such questions are explicitly mentioned in the help center as beeing off-topic. Better use Google, look for "portable web server" or "off-line web server", this will quickly tell you some answers.
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comment C# Refactoring Code OOD and SOLID
@John: I guess you are on the right track: learn more about SOLID, so you finally can give the answers by yourself. And a 3000 LOC program is surely big enough to find parts which can be refactored to smaller classes with less responsibilities.
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comment C# Refactoring Code OOD and SOLID
I think your question is too broad in the current form. You ask us to give hints for refactoring a 3000 line program just by a rough scetch. Furthermore you want us to give some general hints about how and when to apply SOLID and/or OOD. To apply SOLID and OOD correctly to your project, there will be one or two dozens of individual problems to be solved, ask about them one at a time. For example, the "parameter list" question is a good fit on its own.
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comment Can anyone please suggest me with a unique idea for a new software
Here is an idea: build a software which identifies automatically each question on Programmers which blatantly ignore the site rules about what is off-topic here (like your question, see meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/6483/…)
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comment The same objects are staying in memory across multiple executions
Even your C++ example depends on the specific C++ compiler and the memory allocation options you choose when compiling. I just tested MS Visual C++: use the linker switch "/DYNAMICBASE:NO", and you will get the same result each run, use "/DYNAMICBASE:YES", and you get a different output. The results in Java may depend on the compiler switches used when compiling the JVM.
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comment (New Programmer Alert) As I'm learning Javascript and Jquery What Else Should I learn?
Learn that before posting on a site like this one, you should read the site rules (in the help center) first, especially what is on- and off-topic.
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answered What exactly is copyrighted, the text of the code itself, or the design?
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comment why regex, when using global search and {0,} quantifier, match the end of the string?
@GigiIonel: that is just the meaning of the "g" (=global) modifier - find all matching strings, not just the first one.
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revised Advantage of generic base class
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answered Advantage of generic base class
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comment Is it ok to avoid testing base classes?
@MichaelT: yep. Does my answer sound like I have a different opinion about that?
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