Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper
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Smoke Test Passed

The smoke test passed today on both sides of the great coding divide (C++ and Java), so I have checked the last of that set of changes in.

This means that I can now start working on the *interesting* part of the project. In fact, I've already started coding up the new set of routines, so I should be able to figure out how they're going to work shortly.

(Yes, I know how they're going to work, but I don't necessarily know what the best *way* for them to work is yet. For example, I have a bunch of data to pass in to one of the methods. After a very brief false start -- just long enough to type the less-useful thing -- I said, "Oh! I should do this with a Map
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The smoke test passed today on both sides of the great coding divide (C++ and Java), so I have checked the last of that set of changes in.

This means that I can now start working on the *interesting* part of the project. In fact, I've already started coding up the new set of routines, so I should be able to figure out how they're going to work shortly.

(Yes, I know how they're going to work, but I don't necessarily know what the best *way* for them to work is yet. For example, I have a bunch of data to pass in to one of the methods. After a very brief false start -- just long enough to type the less-useful thing -- I said, "Oh! I should do this with a Map<String,Set<String>> as the argument.

And so I have.
Tags: c++, computers, java, musings, work
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