On Monday, 18 August 2014 at 21:57:19 UTC, bearophile wrote:
I agree, I am also surprised that 2.066 was released despite
There is an apparently endless stream of regressions, I have
found another today
(https://issues.dlang.org/show_bug.cgi?id=13321 ). I think D is
not yet at the stage of its development where it can hope to
fix all the regressions. So if you try to wait for all
regressions to be fixed, you never ship a compiler version, and
this has serious disadvantages. So better to be a little more
practical for now. 2.066 has took ages to come out, it was
overdue. I hope 2.067 will come out much quicker.
What's the advantage of this over maintaing packages for the RC
version until it's ready?