On Thursday, 17 May 2018 at 11:56:51 UTC, Piotr Mitana wrote:
To sum up [TLDR]: I don't see your arguments strong enough to
alter the language (especially make a cross-language confusion
over the "sealed" keyword), but DScaner check would still allow
to track down what you consider bad.
'altering' the langauge is a pretty strong way to describe it.
I prefer to think of it as 'empowering the programmer'.
Now, choosing a keyword, will certainly be tricky, I accept that
much. There is little consenus going to happen there, I guess.
As for your dscanner solution, that doesn't address the
And in any case, should D programmers have to rely on dscanner to
pick up the problem with this?
int var = 1;
const int *ip = &var;
int var2 = 2;
ip = &var2;