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Fernando Franzini
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Hi folks

I'm start writte my oficial choices.txt...
I have a lot of notes that I did during implementation...but I'm with difficulties to "what" realy writte and "how" write it.
Assiganment say to documents:

Details the problems you perceive...
Issues surrounding them...
My value judgments...
Decision I've made to resolve...
Describe any uncertainties...

This is a lot of stufff
There is any correct template ?
Template sugestions ?
Some threads here about it ?
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Roel De Nijs
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Hi Fernando,

You already asked this question some months ago, this thread can be found here. And another thread about it. Other threads can be found using the excellent JavaRanch search-engine.

There is no real template, but I used the bullet notation: it is easier to memorize, you don't have to write full English sentences,...

Kind regards,
Roel
 
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Yeah Roel...I did...sorry I completely forgot....
But I dont found much about it....
Did you mentioned your classes or package names in choices ?
 
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Hi Fernando,

I certainly used some class names in my choices.txt, but I didn't have something like:
class X: this class is ...

I just mentioned in while explaining my choices and decisions I took. And I didn't use any package name.

Kind regards,
Roel
 
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Grande Fernando!

Champion, the most important thing here is to mention the most relevant choices you made over the ambiguities you found and explain why you chose one way over the other one... names of classes and packages aren't really important in this context.
 
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Grande Roberto

Thanks for tips....I'll start today....I have a lot of notes...but I need organize my ideas.
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Did you rancher mentioned designer patterns in your choices ?
Do you have some sugestions in how do it ??
Regards.
 
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