[Issue 20086] -betterC and "Unrestricted use of compile-time features"

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Sat Jul 27 00:13:05 UTC 2019


--- Comment #2 from mhh <maxhaton at gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Mike Franklin from comment #1)
> > auto bad = demo(); //This should not compile
> I don't see any reason that should not compile.

Shouldn't as in doesn't at the moment.

More philosophically, I was assuming -betterC code can't call non -betterC code
e.g. It uses druntime, although I suppose in the sense that that particular
exception doesn't escape the function I don't know. The spec doesn't say
whether -betterC code can call code using non -betterC features.


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