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Determining what is and is not a "code smell" is subjective, and varies by language, developer and development methodology. Before you ask if some technique is a "code smell," ask yourself what the consequences to your specific project would be, if you used the technique. Simply asking whether something is a "code smell" or not is too subjective.

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The example you gave is actually fine in my opinion. You are declaring inner classes, so it is perfectly sensible to keep them in the same file. The only way around this would be to make your Items c …
answered Feb 28 '11 by Johannes Rudolph