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- Link expression of design with implementation of design -- documents
live with the
code they describe, and the document is the specification for the code.
concept is key to any successful design doc strategy; anything less, and
"doc synch" is a big problem.
- Must be simple to use, if you expect it to be used with any rigor.
The less integrated
it is, the harder it is to use, and the more likely your project will slip
"code it, then design it, then document it" habits.
- Enforcement may be appropriate when you have developers who are used
their work after implementation (or not at all!). Automatic release
be imposed according to presence or absence of required project
be supported by tools, such as comment counters and format compliance
checkers, to avoid
surprises at integration time.
- Seamless integration with code privacy -- users must only be able to
for the code they are able to change. Documentation viewing permission
must be controlled
separately from the code it documents. This is necessary to preserve
encapsulation during re-use.
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