On Monday, 9 April 2018 at 11:15:14 UTC, Stefan Koch wrote:
Not semantically, but you might consider it a performance bug.
This particular one could be fixed, put I cannot say how messy
the details are.
There is potential for code that silently relies on the
behavior and would break in very non-obvious ways if we fixed
If the fix causes non-obvious breakage, then why not a DIP for an
opInit that overrides the default initialization and has the
desired new functionality?
Though it would be annoying to have two ways of doing the same