trans. (T. Onoma) ha scritto:

> On Friday 15 October 2004 06:59 am, gabriele renzi wrote:
> | this is interesting, but still requires a lot of typing from you.
> | I'd prefer florian gross' approach to extract data from embedded
> | comments. No performance hit, real samples, no extraneous code.
> | Ok we'd have to admit that python got his doctest module before us but,
> | hey not too bad :)
> 
> I have three issues with using comments in this way.
> 
>   1. Comments take on meaning. Comments with syntax errors? Ick.

don't you expect to have correct samples and comments?

>   2. Tests can be HUGE. Explanation comments already take up enough space.

sure, I think just some of them would be put in as comments

>   3. SOC is important too.

Separation Of Concerns? Samples Only Code? Save Our Code?
Sorry, but I'm dumb and dunno what you mean :)