andre at andregarzia.com
Mon Feb 4 11:22:03 EST 2008
there is no definitive answer for this, what I use is to create a
generic stack where I put my code that can be re-used then on the
application stack I built the application specific code on top of that
Thats how I like working.
On 2/4/08, Josep <jmyepes at mac.com> wrote:
> I'm programming a stack to help to create webpages with products using the
> one free shopping cart processor. I like to share some functions to access
> databases. How is the best way? Use libraries, frontscript,... How I must
> organize my project at stacks level.
> s_main.rev <-- Main Stack
> s_add_product <-- Substack of s_main
> s_add_family <-- Substack of s_main
> s_add_customer <-- Substack of s_main
> s_lib_functions.rev <-- Stack with functions
> Is a good organization? Some other way to do the same?
> Josep M
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