On 2/23/18 8:13 AM, jmh530 wrote:
On Friday, 23 February 2018 at 11:57:05 UTC, Martin Nowak wrote:
A newcomer to D could rightfully conclude that comma is a module
separator and the following is the correct syntax to import multiple
import std.stdio, std.conv : to, std.conv : parse;
What if you have something like
import std.stdio, std.conv : to, parse;
and there is a module at the top-level named parse?
Then you have to import it on a separate line, or import it first.
It's why I put one import per line. It's second nature to me, I don't
even think of putting imports on the same line.
But I think the better solution to this is instead making imports that
collect other imports together. For instance, I rarely import
std.algorithm.X, I usually use std.algorithm, even for selective
imports. That seems more natural, and I don't have to look up which
submodule it's in.