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I take tips from a new tool I created when screening
« on: November 16, 2018, 23:39:21 »

I call it TMA Screening Wizard, and has so far just been invented (it's in alpha 1.0.0).

The tool is created for helping getting rid of decision-dilemmas, where you answer a bunch of music rating questions with Yes, Quite/Probably, Unsure, Hardly/Probably Not or No. The answers adds different amount of points to a point-sum which then the tool makes a decision out of.

It's not shared anywhere, more than that WouterVL had a test of a prototype, which was WAY TOO strict. But I've Re-coded it from the ground-up, and now I have something that hasn't been to shabby, yet...
I've developed it so far that it is even capable of hinting out Feature-worthy modules.

NOTE: It's something you NOT put modules' fate onto. It still needs testing, it can give the wrong tips.

Other facts about it:
  • It's written in C++
  • It uses console
  • It's very basic: uses the libs "iostream" and "string"

I can send the .exe-file on request, to screeners who want to have a look at it.

I can send the main.cpp-file on request, to developers who may be interested to develop it futher.

I'll develop it futher if I come up with any new ideas or improvements.
« Last Edit: November 18, 2018, 13:54:46 by ASIKWUSpulse »
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Re: I take tips from a new tool I created when screening
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2018, 00:33:56 »

Btw I'm not sure how the version numbers of a program work. I know it has to do with the release periods of the program, but I want to make improvements which I know doesn't have a chance of making a big mess that I need a backup to revert to.

When adding a feature in a x.x.x system, which digit should count up?
(The feature is a forgotten question asking about repetitivity)
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Re: I take tips from a new tool I created when screening
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2018, 23:10:19 »

Naturally I'd like to have a copy of the code. ;)

Regardin versioning, SemVer is mostly thought for libraries used by other software, but it can also be used for end-user software when adjusting the meaning of some of the rules: https://semver.org/
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Re: I take tips from a new tool I created when screening
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2018, 00:04:02 »

If you really loved the site you would put the man hours and effort into it to maintain it, you know, just like I did for two decades?

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Re: I take tips from a new tool I created when screening
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2018, 03:33:09 »

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