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--- Comment #8 from 2012-09-05 16:07:28 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #6)

> Currently, there are so many unittests in Phobos that the compiler sometimes
> runs out of memory. This will add a lot more and may push a lot more over the
> edge.

A large program written by D users risks having the same amount of unit-tests,
so this is a general problem, not just of Phobos.

So maybe the right solution is not to keep assert() dumb, but to find ways to
compile unit-tests using much less memory.

I think this idea also goes well with compiling unit-tests more independently
from each other, to give the user a simple summary of what tests have failed.

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