[Rxtx] Which Java folder in source?
Steffen.DETTMER at ingenico.com
Tue Mar 1 04:39:37 MST 2011
> 3. Write all of the native (or non-native) code to implement
> the native interface.
> Is that correct? If yes, how is that easier than the simple
> implementation the current rewrite design uses?
To have it complete, reliable, traceable, maintainable and well tested,
it is much more work, I'm afraid. A prototype can be done within a few
days (maybe on one day), but getting it right (including a passed
review) IMHO is a completely different story. In the end you may end up
with an average of ten lines per day, when assuming four major native
packs (common, win, mac, termios/select) with let's say just 5000 lines
each (with logging messages and detailed exceptions this is not much) we
would have to estimate a total effort of nine man-years
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