Summary: cast() does not remove const or immutable on arrays
--- Comment #0 from Steven Schveighoffer <schvei...@yahoo.com> 2011-07-12
11:46:14 PDT ---
cast() is supposed to remove all attributes from a type, but in the case of
arrays, it does nothing to the tail.
I think cast() should remove even the tail.
Note that arrays *already* implicitly cast to their tail versions. i.e.:
const(T) implicitly casts to const(T)
immutable(T) implicitily casts to immutable(T)
so to have:
cast()const(T) result in const(T) serves no purpose, I need no cast there.
The same goes for pointers, and if they are ever implemented, tail-const object
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