std.collection lets rename it into std,ridiculous.

bls bizprac at
Sun Feb 19 02:05:18 PST 2012

What's  the problem to implement some very basic containers ?
And No !! Don't waste time to tell about built in Arrays and Associative 
arrays, I am following D for at 5 years now..

What I definitely don't get is
queues, stacks and dequeues, and also specialized kind of  stacks/queues 
  don't depend on ranges. Why we don't habe them.
Everybody, using D for serious purposes, is creating home brewed stuff.

But fuc da duc..

the whole Range collection stuff is completely undefined.

All we know right now is that Algorithms are working on 
data-structures. (Pretty new, beside)

//First incarnation ..
public class Deque(T)
     private class Node()
         T _value;
         Node _previous;
         Node _next
should be

final public class Deque(T)

We are still not there ..
struct Node()

final class Deque(T, alias allocator)
// Let's range-i-fy it ... and here we are

final class Deque(T, alias allocator) : IXXXRange|T
  // push and pop without sense.. what is enqueue now ?

Shit. all I want is a generique Queue

The std.collection situation is a shame,

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