Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper

Cut, Paste, Repeat

It's just amazing how many compile errors you can pile up when you're frantically converting code and not even trying to compile, because the compiler only gives you the first hundred errors and most of those are due to functions that you haven't ported yet.

The number of errors is going down pretty quickly now, but it's a slog.
Tags: computers, java, musings, work

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