typedef alive and well?

David Nadlinger see at klickverbot.at
Thu Nov 3 14:43:15 PDT 2011

On 11/3/11 7:44 PM, Brad Roberts wrote:
> While I don't disagree with the larger point, I do feel compelled to
> clarify that it's not dmd or the language that's making most of the
> backwards incompatible changes, it's phobos.

I don't think this is generally true – for template 
metaprogramming-heavy code, DMD changes (regressions/bugfixes subtly 
altering behavior of some of the less-defined areas of the language) 
usually cause me much more of a headache than Phobos does.


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