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AutoResolver

Reads the compiler output, searches the web for the problem and resolves it.
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Reads the compiler output, searches the web for the problem and resolves it, including setting up the environment and configuration files correctly with some defaults, looks for the directories, sends emails to the administrator about which restrictions you need removed, etc.

Also, it does a "shelving" of the code and then shows you what its done, in case you want to do it differently, and revert all or some of the changes.

It is meant to assist the whole programming team.

Also, it has some options in complex cases to give you a choice of what to do. For example it asks your permission to send an email to the administrator when needed. It tells you: "You won't understand this jargon anyway, so please leave it to a technical discussion between the DBA and me (AutoResolver), ok?"... It then proceeds to send the DBA a message saying: "Trust me, you won't understand the following jargon anyway, so please just run the following command on the server console..."

It also adds a semicolon every once in a while just in case.

It will be something like resharper but with a few differences: It runs post-compile, it works mostly autonomously without any need of your intervention, it is meant to fix problems rather than warning about them, and it is done in one single step, separate from the rest of your coding.

pashute, Mar 25 2015

A "shelving", you say? https://en.wikipedi...ki/Revision_control
[notexactly, Mar 25 2015]

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