|C source language database roedy@BIX.com (1994-08-17)|
|Re: C source language database firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-08-19)|
|Re: C source language database email@example.com (1994-08-23)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Friesenhahn)|
|Date:||Tue, 23 Aug 1994 04:19:55 GMT|
roedy@BIX.com (Roedy Green) writes:
|> You can't just change the C++ language to suit your problem, so I began to
|> wonder what could be done to help if source code were stored in DATABASE
|> form rather than a raw text file.
we have been using a product named "SMARTsystem" from Procase which has
all the neat features you list except that it only supports C at the
moment. The features are truely incredible and useful.
There are some drawbacks though:
o A project with only 8 MB of source code takes 50+ MB of disk for
its database and 30 to 50MB of address space to run.
o The database takes from 5 to 30 minutes to generate.
o Code is stored in the database and has to be exported before it can be
be compiled. This can lead to coherency problems.
o You need a UNIX system to run it (actually this is a benefit IMHO).
However, the fact that we purchased the product is testimony that we believe
it to be useful.
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