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- Re-integration is necessary for "spiral" development cycle.
development has only one integration, thus it can be big, costly, and
successfully increase the frequency of integration, it must be small,
and painless -- and it must take place on a personal basis, not only
via some guru integrator.
- Support "expand contract" development pattern. This means
that removal of code is
a necessary part of development. Using only vendor supplied tools, it is
or impossible to accurately and painlessly remove code from Smalltalk.
- Changes between arbitrary development cycles must be quickly and
- Once changes have been identified, it must be quick and simple to
select which of
two versions to include in the new version.
- Differencing tools must function at all levels -- not simply the
two methods versions, but what methods are different in two class
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