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- Subject: Re: Features you would like to see
- From: Stefan Sandberg <keffo.sandberg@...>
- Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 01:27:11 +0200
I beg to differ, that's about as productive as preemptive optimizations.
I really don't have time to assume when, where and how things fuck up,
they always do, and when it happens I wanna get to it as efficiently as
Just works out faster.. (not saying assertions and unit testing are bad,
but to rely on it is an assumption I'm not willing to make)
Thomas Breuel wrote:
To my mind, adding these capabilities for Lua would be a great step
forward, since debugging programs is not an easy task, and debugging
programs, written in dynamically typed languages, is even harder.
Instead of a complicated debugger, if you use plenty of unit tests and
assertions in your code, you won't need a debugger, you'll be more
productive overall, and your code will be of higher quality.