--- Comment #11 from Steven Schveighoffer <schvei...@yahoo.com> 2010-08-06
05:13:42 PDT ---
After discussion on the druntime mailing list, it was agreed that dup should
preserve the bits, but we decided to leave concatenation as-is. This shouldn't
be a huge issue, because one doesn't often concatenate voids together.
There's no clear choice in concatenation because multiple arrays are being
concatenated together, and none of them is going to "own" the data afterwards.
So I think in light of dup now preserving the scan bit, the issue of using
void as the return type of std.file.read (non-templated version) is moot.
But I still think being able to apply a type to the return data array via a
template parameter would be a good enhancement.
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