All developers at some point face the daunting task of working on code they didn't build. Software Archeology is a most useful (some would say mandatory) methodology for deconstructing an existing piece of software to understand exactly what you have with regards to the code you are going to be working on, and for finding patterns of design and development that should be "harvested" in future developments
Getting this information by hand is possible, however it is tedious and time consuming. Using a set of tools greatly reduces the amount of time needed to generate the information to be reviewed. For Java developers, JBuilder 2008 gives you these tools and functionality on top of the base Eclipse SDK. Delphi gives Windows developers the same tools for building high performance, low overhead applications that run natively, without the requirement for a VM/runtime environment. Giving you all of the tools needed to put your project on a highly efficient and productive track.
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