Struggling with managing dependencies on this project.
My application is comprised of around 10 modules, each of which provide a discrete unit of functionality.
All the modules depend on the same of 6 or so libraries, which do most of the heavy lifting.
As this project gets bigger, it gets more and more cumbersome to make a change to a library, because I have to make big updates to each module that uses it.
Everything is in separate git repos, and pushing and pulling changes is getting very tedious.
Notepad++ pro tips:
- Turn off every toolbar and menu.
- Set up ctrl+tab to switch between open documents
- Set ctrl+shift+w to move documents between views (but try to avoid using multiple views when you can).
- Set your colorscheme to something easy on the eyes, like Solarized.
It results in a beautifully light-weight, keyboard-driven experience.
If you ever do need the menu bar for something, just hit ALT to summon it.
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