[D-runtime] Why does druntime us .di files instead of .d?

Walter Bright walter at digitalmars.com
Thu Jul 14 18:19:09 PDT 2011

On 7/14/2011 2:40 PM, Andrew Wiley wrote:
> It seems to me that a way to fix all this and guarantee CTFE-ability (which 
> seems to be the end goal) would be to add some sort of modifier or annotation 
> to designate that a function is CTFE-able.

Please, please, no! I hate "constexpr" in C++0x. One of the whole point of CTFE 
is it "just works" on regular D functions.

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