About one class/function per module
pengyu.ut at gmail.com
Tue Nov 3 04:22:25 CET 2009
On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 7:41 PM, Lee <leeyuan123 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 2, 7:06 pm, Peng Yu <pengyu... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 9:02 AM, Jean-Michel Pichavant
>> <jeanmic... at sequans.com> wrote:
>> > Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
>> >> Peng Yu wrote:
>> >>> I can navigate to the definition of
>> >>> class and function by vim + ctags,
>> >> Start learning a decent editor (emacs is mine) which allows you to deal
>> >> with all of your perceived "problems"
>> >> Diez
>> > This is a declaration of war against the vi community. We won't give up,
>> > prepare for vengeance !
>> > By the way, why the hell would someone wants to limit itself to one function
>> > per file, file names would be probably related to the function name, that
>> > would make changing function name a nightmare, not mentiong the history
>> > issues when using version control systems. Definitely a bad idea.
>> I use vi rather than emacs. I stick to vi because I stated with vi and
>> I don't what to use both editors but only at an amateur level.
>> With some automated script, I don't think it is a nightmare to change
>> function names. I can change function names and filenames and their
>> reference with a simple command.
>> I'd think that this is the limitation of current version control
>> system. I don't aware of any version control system that allows easy
>> change of filenames. But why such features can not be implemented in
>> the version control system?
> Because then the version control system would have to implicitly
> identify the original names for files that have changed names...
> Think about it, if you change the name of one file, the system should
> theoretically be able to accurately identify the original filename and
> make the corresponding changes to its database. But if you were to
> simultaneously change the names of many files, then there's no
> possible way for the system to determine which names belongs where...
> I think you can see where I'm going with this.
I don't think that this is a problem that can not be overcome. A
simple solution might be to associate a unique identifier to each
file, so that even the filename has been changed, the new version and
the old version can still be identified as actually the same file.
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