Ben Giddings <bg-rubytalk / infofiend.com> writes:

> So, I did a search for Ruby on Rails today, and my interest was piqued
> by the third result.  It said "Move over Ruby on Rails, Java can be
> concise too"
>
> http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=32723
>
> That page makes the claim "After solving all the problems and adding a
> number of missing features, the entire application is only 300 lines
> longer (a 50% increase) and the server tier took not more than 2 days
> to write."
>
> I don't know where to find the Ta-Da list source code, but I found
> some  source for Bla-Bla List.  I thought you people might get a
> chuckle  about the "concise" Java code, and the meaninglessness of
> line number  counts:
>
> https://svn.rifers.org/blablalist/trunk/src/java/blablalist/dao/
> Account.java
>
> Ben

At first I thought, "wow for Java(!) this is really concise... only 10
files or something!"  But then, I noticed I missed one entire level of
hierarchy, and there was what I had expected:
https://svn.rifers.org/blablalist/trunk/src/templates/

:-)

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