I here what your saying, but I've worked at sites before where they are
so busy fighting fires, that updating of the documentation falls by the
wayside!!

                -----Original Message-----
                From:   Don Schenck
[mailto:schencd%AM_LZCH%VASELL@mr.mops.wl.com]
                Sent:   Monday, March 22, 1999 7:35 AM
                To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
                Subject:        Re: IBM pushing Java

                ::::But what happens when you have developed a large
application over many
                ::::years, and you have thousands of these "objects". 
                ::::
                ::::Is a new developer going to wade through the
documentation for these
                ::::maybe complex objects, or is he just going to create
a new one , because
                ::::he thinks his object is better that fred's. 



                This is where your well-done documentation...

                Oops.

                Never mind.

                :)


                -- Don Schenck
                Member of Object-Oriented Programmers Anonymous

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