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--- Comment #5 from David Simcha <>  2009-07-17 13:57:09 PDT 
Technically this is a spec issue, but if that's the case the spec is so
unnecessarily restrictive that this really qualifies as a bona fide bug. 
Furthermore, other forms of opCmp work for everything but builtin sort, so we
have an inconsistency here.  IMHO the solution is to get rid of the (highly
inflexible and fairly slow) builtin sort altogether and, for convenience and
backwards compatibility, put std.algorithm.sort, along with a few other very
simple, frequently used things (reverse, min, max come to mind) in Object so
they're imported implicitly.

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