When connecting a bunch of components in something that will be subject to repeated heating and cooling, are soldered joints likely to be more or less robust than wire wrap?
Intuitively, it feels like wire wrap should be more resilient, but I'm not certain of that conclusion, and a poster here suggests otherwise: https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/tubes-valves/287205-vacuum-tubes-wire-wrap.html
However, after much experimentation, it became clear that wire wrap was only good for the short term, by itself. If the piece of built-stuff flexed much, then eventually oxidation would set in and make some one of the hidden dozens-to-hundreds of connections vexingly noisy. And never when debugging.
Is that correct, or is wire wrap likely to be more robust if done better? Or are there other factors to consider?