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--- Comment #2 from Jonathan M Davis <> 2010-08-11 
10:13:06 PDT ---
NVI is a highly useful idiom, and generally-speaking, dmd is supposed to come
in line with TDPL rather than TDPL being in error. So, I'd definitely argue
that the access level should have nothing to do with the overridability of a
function, regardless of what was originally intended for D. We have final if we
want to make functions non-overridable. There's no need to overload access
level to make it do the same thing. I'd say that dmd and the spec should come
in line with TDPL in this case.

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