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--- Comment #1 from Dmitry Olshansky <> 2012-10-06 
01:50:00 PDT ---
> It can be fixed in the code by changing the erroring line to:
> static if ( hasFlag!( Flags.storageOrder ) == true )
> but I don't really understand why the comparison to true must be explicitely
> written since the hasFlag() method returns a bool value?

I'd expect hasFlag!(Flags.storageOrder)() to call this function. And without
parens it can be treated as function pointer. That being said 0-arg functions
usually gets called without parens implicitly.

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