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--- Comment #6 from 2011-10-26 15:10:50 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #5)

> Moreover, why does the spec bother to forbid anything if compiler writers are
> free to ignore it all?

Specs are meant to be long-term things. When you write the specs for a language
as complex as D you are free to write things that your current working compiler
is not yet able to do, or you have not yet implemented. There are several
things written in D specs (or TDPL) that DMD is not yet doing.

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