[Seaside] Why seaside really sucks! COMMMMMMMENTS are MISSING
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maarten.mostert at wanadoo.fr
Fri Apr 6 13:33:45 UTC 2007
Well I think what Seaside is missing is SI Unit test.
If you have some experience with Glorp or Polluck then you know that
these are both complicated things to handle.
Being able to search working models for almost everething however is
really assuring, improves the quality of the products and certainly
saves a lot of time end effort for everybody.
stephane ducasse a écrit :
> This is not easy for me to say that because I appreciate the work of
> Avi, Lukas and Philippe.
> But I'm sorry to say that but seaside sucks! Not because of the code
> or the concepts.
> But because there is really not enough comments. Really! It is really
> difficult to understand a simple
> method is doing and if it makes sense to specialize it.
> This is TERRIBLE since I think that I'm a good programmer but seaside
> code prevents me to
> be fully efficient. I have to guess try and error and guess again. I
> have to ask stupid questions to the mailing-list
> while I would prefer to use it for interesting questions. I think
> that seaside goes even against the philosophy of
> Smalltalk (a system that someone alone can understand) because this
> total lacks of
> comments is TRAPPING me. I cannot use my skills full speed. Thanks
> what a great feeling.
> pleaseeeeeee do not tell me to read the code or to use senders! This
> is really the worse answer I can get.
> I always hated this kind of answer on smalltalk forums.
> (Please do not ask me what I'm doing to improve the situation because
> people knows what I did
> for seaside and Smalltalk already.)
> I think that as a community we should do something especially since we
> have monticello
> and comments could be easily merged.
> I pushed a lot seaside and I'm trying to push it again further but
> come on we should WAKE UP!
> I would really like that people with knowledge helps improving the
> So if you think that seaside is cool and it is worth more, spend 30
> min of your precious time and
> add comments, help lukas and the other to make Seaside really a
> habitable piece of code.
> Comments are for people that do not know or remember. So if you really
> want to make the community
> grow you know what you should do. But may be it is better that seaside
> stays a cool program for a nice and
> private club after all.
> PS: I should say that filelibrary is a good start at documenting a
> functionality. May be adding method comments
> would help there too.
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