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Per Westermark
05/10/12 05:37
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#187310 - Interpreted is always problematic for complex problems
Responding to: Neil Kurzman's previous message
Writing things in PHP, the majority of bugs I suffer are from spelling errors or renamed symbols.

With todays huge compiler speeds, it really is worth it to have a program do a full scan of all source code to check that the code is complete and that the different jigsaw pieces actually fits together.

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TopicAuthorDate
Interreted Languages - revisited      Andy Neil      05/09/12 16:03      
   No Tools?      Neil Kurzman      05/09/12 18:25      
      Interpreted is always problematic for complex problems      Per Westermark      05/10/12 05:37      
      It's more than just syntax      Andy Neil      05/10/12 15:49      
         lint isn't really a syntax checker      Per Westermark      05/10/12 17:39      
            Yea That      Neil Kurzman      05/11/12 00:08      
            Static code analyser      Oliver Sedlacek      05/11/12 03:24      
      Exception handling      Oliver Sedlacek      05/11/12 03:26      
         exceptions are normally too little too late      Per Westermark      05/11/12 04:47      
   the issue with interpreted languages is ...      Erik Malund      05/11/12 08:58      
      interpreted languages are more than "throw away code"      Per Westermark      05/11/12 12:32      
         I hate throwing objects in the cogs, but...      Justin Fontes      05/11/12 15:20      
            Someone else responsible for compiling the interpreter      Per Westermark      05/11/12 17:53      
            But the same applies to compiled languages!      Andy Neil      05/12/12 04:27      
      Disagree      Andy Neil      05/11/12 13:29      

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