--- Comment #9 from 2012-02-05 06:59:27 PST ---
Turning bugs into enhancement requests is a good way to reduce bug count, but
it doesn't address the problems. 

"enhancement" sounds like something that someone wants to add, like switching
on structs. But this is not the case. Given a sane definition of final switch,
asking the compiler to refuse code like this at compile-time is not an

void main() {
    int x = 100;
    final switch (x % 3) {
        case 0: break;
        case 1: break;

Then maybe we need a "wrong_specs" tag in Bugzilla, for the situations where
the compiler is working as the spec say, but where the spec themselves look

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