Category Archives: book reviews

Object-oriented design best practices

Here is another book review, this time about object-oriented design. Programming Best Practices We can learn by our own experience, we can use our common sense, we can learn by more experienced developers when contributing to an existing project. But … Continue reading

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Switch from CMake to Autotools

Last week I’ve migrated the build system of LaTeXila from CMake to the Autotools. Here are the reasons. The GNU Coding Standards With CMake, some important make’s targets are missing, for example make uninstall. The main problem is that CMake … Continue reading

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About code quality and maintainability

It can be difficult to write clean code, that is easy to understand, split in nice and well-defined functions that do one thing but do it well, with good variables names, and so on. For the maintainability, it is really … Continue reading

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