This is why one writes unit tests and refactors. Re: line # 13:47
[13:39] Jabley: I reverted the last change I made and it is still broke. Grrr!
[13:45] Adron: ok
[13:45] Jabley: I am just trying to figure out how the f*** to salvage this.
[13:45] Adron: kewl.
[13:45] Adron: not sure what kind of advice for that situation.
[13:45] Jabley: I desperately need to refactor my code
[13:45] Adron: I just punish myself and write it over if I fail on such a grand scale…
[13:45] Jabley: There isn’t any
[13:45] Adron: and refactor a ton…
[13:45] Adron: prevents the situation from happening.
[13:45] Jabley: Thats what I am considering
[13:45] Adron: …at least mostly prevents it.
[13:46] Jabley: I know what I did wrong but I can’t figure out how to make it write in the current app without a full rewrite. That full rewrite would be a ton better because I can refactor the code, which it needs, and start it correctly with UTs
[13:46] Jabley: write = right
[13:47] Jabley: Jeez I want to kick myself in the balls right now
[13:52] Adron: ouch.
So live and learn, WRITE UNIT TESTS AND REFACTOR, the alternatives are painful.