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Re: Developing code to be a module

by Old_Gray_Bear (Bishop)
on May 01, 2013 at 15:39 UTC ( #1031590=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Developing code to be a module

Well, I am probably not a good example, I have only 'modulized' a couple of time.

The sequence of events starts with a 'one-shot' the grows up and expands to include several (related) functions of the course of a few weeks/months. At some point I get tired of the spaghetti and spend a weekend writing up functional descriptions (read: the POD and the Examples) and tests for each of the functions.

Then I spend free time (such as it is) for the next week or two fleshing out the stub-function so that they a) satisfy the spec, and b) pass all the tests. The end result gets installed in my local-lib as a module and I rattle it some more before inflicting it on my Team.


I Go Back to Sleep, Now.


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