Ghosting a language feature

matheus matheus at
Mon Sep 21 15:40:23 UTC 2020

On Monday, 21 September 2020 at 01:09:09 UTC, Andrei Alexandrescu 
> ... It would feature its own URL base (maybe its own domain or 
> subdomain), a distinct, somewhat unpleasant styling, and would 
> use as heading a non-equivocal warning that the feature has 
> been ghosted and other feature(s) should be used instead.
> - The links to the ghosted feature from normal code will be 
> minimal and marginalized (gray text, small font, etc) and 
> accompanied by a "ghosted!" warning...

So if some poor programmer stumble in a legacy code and need to 
read the doc, he will be punished with a unpleasant styling, 
small fonts, gray text?

I really don't understand this.


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