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All the existing SMB/CIFS servers on the market, both open source and proprietary, have years of legacy code as added weight.
He said the platform's modern architecture will allow it more easily integrate with other systems using open standards rather than proprietary legacy code.
It is often argued that legacy code which forms the basis of new developments has been adequately tested just by being deployed in the field.
According to the company, Oracle Universal Content Management has enabled Nuance to unify its web branding, as well as the look and feel of its web properties, which were inconsistent as a result of acquisitions, legacy code, non-conforming micro sites and problems connected with multi-lingual content management.
Osherove is a chief architect at Typemock, and he provides step-by-step instructions for dealing with advance test patterns and organization, legacy code, untestable code, mock objects, stubs and automated frameworks such as Typemock Isolator and Rhino Mocks.
The resulting easy-to-understand view of your legacy code enables EDS to work with you to transform your legacy applications into a modernized architecture.
Adobe said it is combing through the legacy code in its products in order to find and fix flaws.
Over 50 'recipes' shows hot to blend existing legacy code using Ruby and Ruby on Rails, and how to create new applications based on existing models.
Additional connectivity innovations such as MATLAB code import and translation for easy migration of legacy code to new Maple products and database connectivity, for access to external datasets.
The API follows the well known SRS(TM) getz/wgetz syntax, thus both lessening the learning curve and simplifying the conversion of legacy code.
It takes some time because you still have old legacy code that will need to be replaced," says Liess "but it will be adopted everywhere because the advantage for every car maker will be absolutely visible.
NET to C++, legacy code and executables themselves.