Of course that is just my opinion, but everybody is entitled to my opinion. (A member at QB64 posted that a while back, and it really cracked me up.)
Anyway, QB64 can run my 90,000 line program, and I only noted a couple of incompatibilities. They get reported, Rob fixes them, and eventually, the program will run unaltered. Of course I did have to reconstruct several modules into one giant program, as QB64 does not support multi-modular programming. Rob could give to that support, but it really isn't necessary. QB only did so to allow for larger programs to compile. QB program size maxed at around 250K. My current QB64 program is nearly 3MB.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|In my opinion multi-module support is necessary||on Nov 7|
|But seriously, how can you be serious?||on Nov 7|
|Program size isn't the only reason to split a program into multiple files||on Nov 7|
|Multi-modular||on Nov 8|