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netikras2338629dI believe most good OSS tools are based on SRP. And so stack squashing clashes with SRP very heavily.
Or maybe I didn't catch your point?
The hell happened to your formatting
You did catch my point. But what are the single responsibilities? In a perfect world, we'd have tools that break up as finely as the level of control we wanted from them. The ideal is to give developers a comprehensive solution first but let them break it down if need be.
Or maybe I'm talking nonsense and am struggling to put into words my frustration with this industry.
@alexbrooklyn @vintprox I had copy-pasted from a previous rant I deleted so I guess it was an invisible character that ended up in my text editor. Looked fine when I pasted back in the website.
Demolishun749429dIsn't most software designed based upon the needs of the end user? So if you your products are partly tools (libs, editors, etc) for developers then those would be designed based upon the devs needs. Since developers tend to use tools that aid them in development then this creates a cycle. Tool->better tool.