On Thursday, 22 February 2018 at 13:35:00 UTC, aliak wrote:
Given that comma is implemented already, and barring a revert,
can we maybe somewhat unbreak it by allowing:
import mod1: write, .mod2;
So leading dot to say it's a module (if not fully qualified)
leading dots?? grr!!
I doubt change can be easier, clearer, or nicer to look at, than:
import std.rabbit [food, water], std.house, std.family [carer];
I would support that syntax 100%. Nothing else I've seen would
get that level of support from me.