On 08/06/2013 12:56 PM, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
This article is excellent.
1) More recent versions of std.datetime makes it possible to write
1.days instead of dur!"days"(1)
.recurrence!((a,n) => a[n-1] + dur!"days"(1))
.recurrence!((a,n) => a[n-1] + 1.days)
2) It is mildly annoying that sometimes it is more convenient to do
non-trivial processings in .front rather than .popFront. The problem of
doing so is that the user of the code may call .front multiple times
assuming that the result is a reference to an already processed data
when in fact each call consumes CPU cycles.
3) I haven't compiled the code but it looks like some of the signature
constraints can be simplified by taking advantage of isDateRange() more.