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So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generationRosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) Are list questions off topic? Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) Are list questions off topic? Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) Are list questions off topic? Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

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Related: Why is a feature comparison list question not considered constructive?Why is a feature comparison list question not considered constructive?

So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) Are list questions off topic?Are list questions off topic? Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

Related: Why is a feature comparison list question not considered constructive?

So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) Are list questions off topic? Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

Related: Why is a feature comparison list question not considered constructive?

So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) Are list questions off topic? Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

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Related: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/167646/why-is-a-feature-comparison-list-question-not-considered-constructiveWhy is a feature comparison list question not considered constructive?

So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/139618/are-list-questions-off-topicAre list questions off topic? Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

Related: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/167646/why-is-a-feature-comparison-list-question-not-considered-constructive

So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/139618/are-list-questions-off-topic Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

Related: Why is a feature comparison list question not considered constructive?

So, I recently asked the question Rosyln versus T4 for code generation It was thereafter shortly closed because it was a "list" question. I was first pointed to the general stance on shopping questions(ie, list of ways to do something) Are list questions off topic? Then, I was pointed to the blog post for Gorilla Versus Shark which outlined why general "X vs Y -- which is better" is not constructive.

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