on 12/4/2012 1:51 PM
Reading source code is hard. One way of dealing with this is rewriting what is not understood. This can help focus on some parts of the code, but can be detrimental since it’s easy to overlook functionality in files that are not touched or files that look too complex (throwing away functionality). One way of doing this is to create a fork to rewrite one, in order to be able to throw away the changes made essentially to read the code. It’s usually harder to read code than to write it. Trying to read a 700 [...]
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