Chapter 8. Private System Build

Private System Build

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A Private Workspace (6) allows you, as a developer, to insulate yourself from external changes to your environment. But your changes need to work with the rest of the system too. To verify this, you need to build the system consistently, including building with your changes. This pattern explains how you can check whether your code will still be consistent with the latest published code base when you submit your changes.

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