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Some environments have proven to be better suited to tool-oriented programming than others. This section looks at three examples.
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UNIX and the philosophy of programming with small, sharp tools are inseparable. The UNIX environment is famous for its collection of small tools with funny names that work well together: grep, diff, sort, make, crypt, tar, lint, ctags, sed, awk, vi, and others. The C and C++ languages, closely coupled with UNIX, embody the same philosophy; the standard C++ library is composed of small functions that can easily be composed into larger functions because they work so well together. Some programmers work so productively in UNIX that they take it with them. They use UNIX work-alike tools to support their UNIX habits in Microsoft Windows and other environments. One tribute to the success of the UNIX paradigm is the availability of tools that put a UNIX costume on a Windows machine.
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Suppose you re given five hours to do the job and you have a choice: 1. Do the job comfortably in five hours, or 2. Spend four hours and 45 minutes feverishly building a tool to do the job, and then have the tool do the job in 15 minutes. Most good programmers would choose the first option one time out of a million and the second option in every other case. Building tools is part of the warp and woof of programming. Nearly all large organizations (organizations with more than 1000 programmers) have internal tool and support groups. Many have proprietary requirements and design tools that are superior to those on the market (Jones 2000). You can write many of the tools described in this chapter. It might not be cost effective to do it, but there aren t any mountainous technical barriers to doing it.
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Project-Specific Tools
Most medium and large projects need special tools unique to the project. For example, you might need tools to generate special kinds of test data, to verify the quality of data files, or to emulate hardware that isn t yet available. Here are some examples of project-specific tool support: An aerospace team was responsible for developing in-flight software to control an infrared sensor and analyze its data. To verify the performance of the software, an in-flight data recorder documented the actions of the inflight software. Engineers wrote custom data-analysis tools to analyze the performance of the in-flight systems. After each flight, they used the custom tools to check the primary systems. Microsoft planned to include a new font technology in a release of its Windows graphical environment. Since both the font data files and the software to display the fonts were new, errors could have arisen from either the data or the software. Microsoft developers wrote several custom tools to check for errors in the data files, which improved their ability to discriminate between font data errors and software errors. An insurance company developed an ambitious system to calculate its rate increases. Because the system was complicated and accuracy was essential, hundreds of computed rates needed to be checked carefully, even though hand calculating a single rate took several minutes. The company wrote a separate software tool to compute rates one at a time. With the tool, the company could compute a single rate in a few seconds and check rates from the main program in a small fraction of the time it would have taken to check the main program s rates by hand.
Part of planning for a project should be thinking about the tools that might be needed and allocating time for building them.
Scripts
A script is a tool that automates a repetitive chore. In some systems, scripts are called batch files or macros. Scripts can be simple or complex, and some of the most useful are the easiest to write. For example, I keep a journal, and to protect my privacy, I encrypt it except when I m writing in it. To make sure that I always encrypt and decrypt it properly, I have a script that decrypts my journal, executes the word processor, and then encrypts the journal. The script looks like this:
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