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--- Comment #1 from Jonathan M Davis <> 2012-08-29 14:00:34 
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abstract is never inferred. Why would it be inferred? Functions are only
abstract if marked abstract.

And if a function is not abstract, then it needs a body/definition, so obviousy
it's going to fail at link time when the linker doesn't find a definition for
it. It's perfectly legal to declare a function without giving its body as long
as the linker has the body. That's how .di files work. It's also useful with
stuff like version(D_Ddoc) where there is no definition and shouldn't be one.

This isn't a bug.

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