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    • How do developers react to API evolution? A large-scale empirical study 

      Hora A; Robbes R; Valente M; Anquetil N; Etien A; Ducasse S (Springer New York LLC, 2016)
      Software engineering research now considers that no system is an island, but it is part of an ecosystem involving other systems, developers, and users. When a framework or a library evolves, its clients often must adapt. ...
    • How do developers react to API evolution? the Pharo ecosystem case 

      Hora A; Robbes R; Anquetil N; Etien A; Ducasse S; Valente M (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2015)
      Software engineering research now considers that no system is an island, but it is part of an ecosystem involving other systems, developers, users, hardware, ... When one system (e.g., a framework) evolves, its clients ...
    • When should internal interfaces be promoted to public? 

      Hora A; Valente M; Robbes R; Anquetil N (ACM, 2016)
      Commonly, software systems have public (and stable) interfaces, and internal (and possibly unstable) interfaces. Despite being discouraged, client developers often use internal interfaces, which may cause their systems to ...