The bad thing with complicated and powerful tools is that they are hard to support and implement. And they crash a lot, and randomly break down sometimes
@alexcleac there are also powerful and simple tools.
They are simple to implement and rarely break, and when they break it's easy to predict how they break, but some people still find them hard to use
@Wolf480pl that's the issue with another thing - you have to learn any tool you use. And then you have to learn how to make those tools work together with each other. It is way easier to get more things set up from scratch than deal how to make several things work together.
>you have to learn any tool you use
yeah, apparently some people hate doing that...
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