Helping to find the usefulness of a proposal
develop4lasu at gmail.com
Thu Apr 2 05:28:13 PDT 2009
2009/4/2 Stephen Colebourne <scolebourne at joda.org>:
> One possible way I'd like to suggest that the coin evaluation could be
> helped would be to write a script to find out how frequently the
> specific issue comes up in real code.
> It should be possible to devise, write and run a script to find the
> number of LOCs affected by many of the proposals. For example:
> - strings in switch (find if else on constant strings)
> - multi-catch (find duplicate catch blocks)
> - elvis operator (find ternary and if else defaulting)
> - for each where the iterator remove can be accessed (% of loops that
> access iterator)
> - for each where index is needed (% of loops that use int looping)
> - method and field literals
> - byte and short literals
> and probably many others (I've just listed some proposals I remember)
> Ideally, any script would be ASM/BCEL based, but grep style might work too.
> I mention all this because I don't have the spare time to write such a
> script, but if you do, then I'm sure we'd all like to run it and
> discuss the results ;-)
We may list all proposals and write opinions & statistics (as we think).
Pozdrowionka. / Regards.
Lasu aka Marek Kozieł
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