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Re: software development method

by akho (Hermit)
on Jun 09, 2009 at 10:37 UTC ( #769836=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to software development method

Common sense. Admittedly, I don't write large systems in Perl. (not above 2 000 SLOC or so)

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Re^2: software development method
by dsheroh (Prior) on Jun 09, 2009 at 10:59 UTC
    Common sense has worked very well for me as well, with the largest project I could immediately find being about 6kloc.

    My impression of the broader Perl community is that most use either agile-style processes or no formal processes at all. (Note that my version of "common sense" is likely to be heavily colored by agilish ideas as well.)

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[stevieb]: yeah. This is my build/test software that manipulates perlbrew/ berrybrew, and runs all unit tests of a project against all installed versions, including testing a dist against all of it's current revdeps. A lot of tests it runs for itself:)
[stevieb]: testing the test build system, essentially

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