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Patterns for refactoring C programs with C++ (Part 2 of 2)

09/15/07

Permalink 01:33:34 am, by lano1106, 167 words, 1892 views   English (CA)
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Patterns for refactoring C programs with C++ (Part 2 of 2)

I just published the second part of the serie on C programs refactoring in C++. Here is the introduction of this tutorial:

In the first part of the serie, I presented guidelines that needs to be followed when someone wish to use C++ from C programs. In an ideal world, the old C programs that you want to port to C++ should be rewritten completely. However in the real world, due to economical constraints, this is usually impossible and a more gradual approach must be adopted. During the transition period, to maximize the benefits of using C++ and to not end up with having a program consisting of just a bunch of C interfaces with C++ implementations, you can identify some patterns in the C program and refactor them appropriately. By having gone through the exercise myself, I am presenting the techniques that I have discovered and I will be discussing the benefits and the potential pitfalls of these refactoring patterns.

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