Posts Tagged ‘system error’

Life of A Programmer — Session 6.3 — What should a Quality Assurance Software Engineer Know.

July 18, 2015

SOFTWARE ERROR SOURCE 2: THE OPERATING SYSTEM.

The operating system is the silent partner in all software
development activities.

The operating system, also having been developed by human
beings, will also have errors.

Most of the errors will have already been discovered.

The ones that have not been discovered will, in general,
be difficult to fix.

You, as the user, will have no control over that repair
process.

Consequently, you may end up with a difficult task of
working around a system error that was discovered on your
watch.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 6.3 — What should a Quality Assurance Software Engineer Know.

April 17, 2015

SOFTWARE ERROR SOURCE 2: THE OPERATING SYSTEM.

The operating system is the silent partner in all software
development activities.

The operating system, also having been developed by human
beings, will also have errors.

Most of the errors will have already been discovered.

The ones that have not been discovered will, in general,
be difficult to fix.

You, as the user, will have no control over that repair
process.

Consequently, you may end up with a difficult task of
working around a system error that was discovered on your
watch.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 6.3 — What should a Quality Assurance Software Engineer Know.

January 23, 2015

SOFTWARE ERROR SOURCE 2: THE OPERATING SYSTEM.

The operating system is the silent partner in all software
development activities.

The operating system, also having been developed by human
beings, will also have errors.

Most of the errors will have already been discovered.

The ones that have not been discovered will, in general,
be difficult to fix.

You, as the user, will have no control over that repair
process.

Consequently, you may end up with a difficult task of
working around a system error that was discovered on your
watch.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Open Source Software Development Tool Error

November 18, 2014

An Programmable Software Development Environment system error has been
discovered,

The WIN32 error message is as follows:

PCG ERROR: MacCert — 455
PCG ERROR: macproj — 2698
PCG ERROR: macproj — 315
PCG ERROR: devproj — 1400
PCG ERROR: mainprj — 1461
PCG ERROR: explrpde — 153

The LINUX error message is as follows:

PCG ERROR: MacCert — 474
PCG ERROR: macproj — 2717
PCG ERROR: macproj — 334
PCG ERROR: devproj — 1419
PCG ERROR: mainprj — 1480
PCG ERROR: explrpde — 172

MONDAY: 2014/11/17

STATUS: An examination of the precmac.cpp file reveals that none of the
software parts names were included in the computation in the pseudo
random parity. All of the commands contained in the software parts
were included this computation. The include files have no commands,

DETAIL: It will probably be necessary and desirable to include the
comments in the computation of the pseudo random parity for the release
version. It will probable also be necessary to include the test
sequence in the computation. The associated upgrade for the release
version is not needed to correct the associated system error and hence
will be considered later.

NEXT TASK: Start making the modifications to precmac.cpp needed to add
the software parts name (including the include statement) in the
computation of the pseudo-random certification parity bit.

Life of A Programmer — Session 6.3 — What should a Quality Assurance Software Engineer Know.

November 15, 2014

SOFTWARE ERROR SOURCE 2: THE OPERATING SYSTEM.

The operating system is the silent partner in all software
development activities.

The operating system, also having been developed by human
beings, will also have errors.

Most of the errors will have already been discovered.

The ones that have not been discovered will, in general,
be difficult to fix.

You, as the user, will have no control over that repair
process.

Consequently, you may end up with a difficult task of
working around a system error that was discovered on your
watch.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 6.3 — What should a Quality Assurance Software Engineer

September 7, 2014

SOFTWARE ERROR SOURCE 2: THE OPERATING SYSTEM.

The operating system is the silent partner in all software
development activities.

The operating system, also having been developed by human
beings, will also have errors.

Most of the errors will have already been discovered.

The ones that have not been discovered will, in general,
be difficult to fix.

You, as the user, will have no control over that repair
process.

Consequently, you may end up with a difficult task of
working around a system error that was discovered on your
watch.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Open Source Software Development Tool Error

May 10, 2014

An Programmable Software Development Environment system error has been
discovered,

The WIN32 error message is as follows:

PCG ERROR: guicomm — 211
PCG ERROR: Precfile — 2537
PCG ERROR: Precfile — 1821
PCG ERROR: Precfile — 822
PCG ERROR: srcproj — 3597
PCG ERROR: srcproj — 2974
PCG ERROR: devproj — 1713
PCG ERROR: mainprj — 1461
PCG ERROR: explrpde — 153

The LINUX error message is as follows:

PCG ERROR: guicomm — 231
PCG ERROR: Precfile — 2566
PCG ERROR: Precfile — 1850
PCG ERROR: Precfile — 844
PCG ERROR: srcproj — 3616
PCG ERROR: srcproj — 2993
PCG ERROR: devproj — 1732
PCG ERROR: mainprj — 1480
PCG ERROR: explrpde — 172

FRIDAY 2014/05/09

STATUS: The above error was encountered while developing/checking the
Website CSS software parts.

DETAIL: These system errors usually result from a failure in the error
reporting system of the Programmable Software Development Environment,

RESULTS: I found that the reported system error was caused by me
forgetting to close a Post Office before exiting a source development
sub-task.

NEXT TASK: The srcproj will be carefully examined to find the source of
this error reporting error.

 

Life of A Programmer — Session 6.3 — What should a Quality Assurance Software Engineer Know.

April 26, 2014

SOFTWARE ERROR SOURCE 2: THE OPERATING SYSTEM.

The operating system is the silent partner in all software
development activities.

The operating system, also having been developed by human
beings, will also have errors.

Most of the errors will have already been discovered.

The ones that have not been discovered will, in general,
be difficult to fix.

You, as the user, will have no control over that repair
process.

Consequently, you may end up with a difficult task of
working around a system error that was discovered on your
watch.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 6 — What should a Quality Assurance Software Engineer Know.

February 19, 2014

SOFTWARE ERROR SOURCE 2:  THE OPERATING SYSTEM.

The operating system is the silent partner in all software
development activities.

The operating system, also having been developed by human
beings, will also have errors.

Most of the errors will have already been discovered.

The ones that have not been discovered will, in general,
be difficult to fix.

You, as the user, will have no control over that repair
process.

Consequently, you may end up with a difficult task of
working around a system error that was discovered on your
watch.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 6 — What should a Quality Assurance Software Engineer Know.

November 18, 2013

SOFTWARE ERROR SOURCE 2:  THE OPERATING SYSTEM.

The operating system is the silent partner in all software
development activities.

The operating system, also having been developed by human
beings, will also have errors.

Most of the errors will have already been discovered.

The ones that have not been discovered will, in general,
be difficult to fix.

You, as the user, will have no control over that repair
process.

Consequently, you may end up with a difficult task of
working around a system error that was discovered on your
watch.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE