Deprecated Nullable.get warning with Appenders

FeepingCreature feepingcreature at
Fri Jan 31 07:32:58 UTC 2020

On Friday, 31 January 2020 at 07:16:49 UTC, FeepingCreature wrote:
> Nullable!T has an assign overload for T. Nullable!T implicitly 
> converts to T via `.get`. As such, Nullable!T can be assigned 
> Nullable!T - in a way that is guaranteed to crash if Nullable 
> is null, but it *can* be done! (And the compiler will do it 
> silently by default.) Well, now `.get` is deprecated, so this 
> hypothetical loop is also deprecated... but it still *compiles*.

Correction to avoid it seeming worse than it is: the compiler 
will not do this by default. The problem with hasElaborateAssign 
is that it calls opAssign manually. (There *were* bugs where the 
compiler did this by default though, when it thought that was the 
way to convert between constnesses for instance, but they're 

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