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Re: Object Orientation is:

by beamsack (Scribe)
on Sep 03, 2002 at 19:23 UTC ( #194873=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Object Orientation is:

OO works great for large projects.
I have converted small elegant programs from functional to OO with dismal results.
As a OO programmer, I have found that the most important design and code techniques come from Structural programming. Most of the powerful design patterns can be related to things done Functionally, but by using OO techniques. Heck I think the Observer pattern is nothing more than a smart GOTO.
I have seen some OO designs with classes containing nothing but attributes (Data Objects) and classes containing nothing but methods (Editor Objects).
Why not. The problem with OO projects is that designs get rejected for not being OO enough.
In summary - good OO does not reject or ignore structural programming - it attempts to stand on the shoulders of structural programming to achieve maintainable industrial strength programs.

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[stevieb]: I find the M::S makefiles it generates are quite straight forward, and I usually have to add a few things (github info etc). They're about 15 lines or so give or take.
[Corion]: I don't think the EUMM-generated Makefile is that complicated ;)
[stevieb]: Corion++
[jedikaiti]: RonW++ #I have so much accumulated in my memory that finding the right item at a given moment often fails
[LanX]: corion only > 800 lines
[stevieb]: ahhh you're talking about the actual Makefile, not the PP Makefile.PL
[Corion]: LanX: But most of that is just setup of variables to be used later, like CC , LIB etc.
[LanX]: yes and some builders try to avoid it

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