November 9, 2019

Largest code refactoring in Xatkit history

Jordi Cabot @jcabot

We just merged the largest code refactoring we have made so far, including by far the largest single commit covering over 200 files and thousands of additions and deletions.

Funnily enough, this refactoring (on which we've put a strong development effort in the last weeks) will mostly go unnoticed to an end-user. It was not about implementing a new shiny feature but about preparing our code to move faster in the future.

Always difficult to make this choice of "infrastructure vs feature" focus.

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