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--- Comment #9 from 2010-08-24 02:18:39 PDT ---
There's some wtfish code in Appender, that probably tries to emulate how the
runtime allocates arrays. I don't understand why it doesn't simply use the
functions exported by the runtime. Even if not, there's no justification to
duplicate all the code in Phobos, instead of extending the runtime itself.

Or maybe the original author thought a simple function call on array
reallocation is to slow?

Also I doubt using gc_realloc is a good idea: in some cases, gc_realloc frees
memory by force (similar to gc_free), and thus is unsafe in SafeD's definition.
(Although I'm not quite sure if that is the case here.)

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