• Subject: Re:RE: Compiling into production libraries
  • From: Buck Calabro <mcalabro@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 09:07:16 -0400

>>Also, at the sites where the clients have development
>>libraries, there is such a disparity between the development
>>side and the production side that if you move programs from
>>dev to prod they will (dare I say it?) level check..
>
>Which means of course that the program you compile into production is
>not the same as the one you originally compiled and tested (?) in
>development. You are putting untested programs into production..

Dave,
        All too true, but it's as close as we can get at this moment.
That's why I started (and continued) this thread.  I was really hoping
for some practical suggestions that can help us turn things around.
Sigh.

Buck Calabro
Commsoft, Rensselaer, NY

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