I can only speak from experience but a former
employer of mine insisted that most of the code
I wrote (for win32, no compiling for the UN*X
code) be compiled. I certainly wasn't ashamed
of the code I wrote (in retrospect, maybe not
ashamed, but I realize I've come quite a way).
They knew that it wasn't perfect, but that didn't
stop them from using obfuscators on their Java
either. It's just a simple measure, like a lock
on a door. As my father is fond of saying it's
"to keep the honest people honest".
I'm not belgian but I play one on TV.
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