No. Really. I'm serious.

dfix is a tool for automatically upgrading older D syntax to the newer style.

* Updates old-style alias syntax to new-style
* Fixes implicit concatenation of string literals
* Automatic conversion of C-style array declarations and parameters to D-style. * Upgrades code to comply with DIP64 if the --dip64 switch is specified. (You
  probably don't want to use this)
* Upgrades code to comply with DIP65 unless the --dip65=false switch is specified.

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