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--- Comment #1 from Jonathan M Davis <> 2011-09-23 21:15:55 
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The simplest solution is to just make it so that it's illegal to declare an AA
with a key which isn't either a value type or immutable and make it so that
_all_ functions or operators which take the key must take a type which is
implicitly convertible to the key type (including its immutability). It _would_
break a fair bit of code though, I suspect. Still, it would be a fairly simple
change to make in any code that it breaks, and it could be grandfathered in by
making it a warning first.

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