Source Code in Database
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Source Code in Database (SCID) is a technique of code manipulation where the code is parsed and stored in a database. This allows many productivity-enhancing shortcuts[clarification needed] which were otherwise not possible.
A drawback of SCID systems is that code with syntax errors or other code that cannot be parsed[clarification needed], cannot be imported into an SCID system directly. One workaround for this is to comment out code that doesn't parse correctly.
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Some examples or discussions of this include:
Also, Eric & Mike Hewitt from PrecisionSoftware were working on a SCID in C# in 2014