--- Comment #22 from Don <> 2010-08-12 07:09:34 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #21)
> In my understanding, "import std.stdio : writefln;" only imports the name
> "writefln", not "std" and "writefln". If the user wants "std", he has to write
> "static import std.stdio;". I would assume your example is invalid and is
> expected to fail.
> Why would the user do "import std.stdio : writefln;" if he doesn't use 
> writefln
> directly? Is "std.stdio.writefln" the only name he's supposed to be able to 
> use
> here? If yes, what the hell is the use of that?

It's invalid code. But you should never see TOKxxx in an error message. It
indicates something is fouled up.

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