Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper

Push The Button, Max

I continue working on the C++ to Java conversion at work.

Today, I was asked whether there was a tool available that would automate some of this work. I allowed as to how there was, but we would actually have to buy it and getting software approved in our organization can be a long and tedious process. There was also the possibility that it wouldn't work particularly well.

On the other hand, I have been doing a lot of typing.

So we're looking into getting the mechanical converter.

And if we get it, we'll see how it does. :)
Tags: computers, musings, tech, work

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