On Tue, 9 Nov 2010 10:23:27 +0200
Martin Makundi <martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com> wrote:

> Hi!
> > So far, I have often heard about people not liking the requirement
> > to match the code hierarchy in the markup. Most (not all!) of them
> > have never actually used Wicket (I know this doesn't apply to
> > Martin). Not once have I seen a convincing productive(!) example of
> > where it was an actual problem. In my current day-to-day work on a
> > reasonably large project, this hasn't come up *at all*.
> heree I can only ask you: Have you ever seen friction with your own
> eyes?

Coding friction? Yes. Every time I need to look at somebody else's code
and try to figure out what exactly they did. And as a consultant (I
know, I said the nasty word) that is a pretty big part of what I do.
Please consider the needy ones that would have to deal with this and
would have to support people who made the mistake of using it :-)

> It's just the itchy feeling you get all day long when coding "in the
> zone". "This unneccessary fuzz is in my way".

If you only write code and never read or need to fix it.

> It might not be for everyone, but please don't deprive the needy ones.

Well that certainly applies the other way around too. It's not for
everybody, so please don't introduce a new source of bugs into *this*
toolkit. Also, unless I missed a message (which is possible), so far we
seem to have a needy *one*, not *ones*.


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