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  • by pudge (1) on 2002.07.31 9:33 (#11237) Homepage Journal
    Sometimes I do that, just put it away and come back to it many months, or years, later. The danger is that I do a diff and can't figure out what the hell I was thinking when I made the changes.
    • I've a similar problem at work. I code something. Supervisor reads it when he gets a chance and gives it a 'yay' or 'nay'. If 'yay', then I commit it and try to think of what the hell the net effect of my changes was (for the commit message). If 'nay', I have to think why the hell I did it the way I did it. Even when commented it doesn't always help. And, yes, the 'yay' or 'nay' can be days away from when I did the code.

      I should really keep a log, or "journal". Doubt they'll catch on. =)

        ---ict / Spoon