--- Comment #5 from 2012-06-03 06:42:55 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> It hinders overloading. For so long I wanted to be able to have both static 
> and
> non-static opDispatch and opCall and couldn't because of this. 

This is a very good argument. opCall&co are a bit special, but doing that
should be possible w/o special-casing them.

> This behavior is not doing any good anyway.

It has worked like that for a long time, and it is useful sometimes.

But the old behavior can be easily emulated with something like

   static int f() {};
   auto f(A...)(A a) { return typeof(this).f(a); }

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