Wait, immer (a prominent library for immutable data structures in C++, https://sinusoid.es/immer/ ) is *entirely unrelated* to immer (a prominent library for immutable data structures in JS, https://immerjs.github.io/immer/ ) ?
Honestly, as a profession, how do we acknowledge that naming is hard and yet still fail terribly at it so oftern?
> I guess that's the reason for Java's reverse domainname naming.
That's an effective but not terribly elegant solution to the problem of non-creative names. So, yeah, that fits with Java!
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