mike vertex at
Thu Oct 12 06:30:39 PDT 2006


I looked into the phobos docs the other day, found std.system and after  
trying it out I learned an interesting fact: My Windows 2000 has version  
4.0 and is, in fact, Windows XP (maybe because my program was compiled  
with DMD 0.0 - sorry for being sarcastic, but it seems that Phobos isn't  
really that accurate when it comes to version numbers). After having a  
closer look at system.d I understand that it would always report Windows  
XP 4.0.

Isn't it kind of pointless and counter-productive to have std.system in  
Phobos if it doesn't do anything at all besides initializing to impossible  
defaults? I think it should be removed for now, until it's at least  
somewhat useful and doesn't promise to do something that isn't  
implemented. Or at least make a note in the docs that it is currently a  


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