On Friday, 11 November 2016 at 19:36:59 UTC, Nick Sabalausky wrote:

I've gone through a lot of compiler upgrades on a lot of D projects, and in my experience, this "investigate and fix for the new dmd" has always been trivial (aside from one instance where Phobos's standard function deprecation policy wasn't followed).


Some things should certainly have a smooth transition path (like above, when replacing a Phobos function with a different one), but really, not everything needs to be.


They've talked about an auto-checker for dub packages. I suspect that will go a long way to reducing regressions.
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