On 05.04.2018 17:10, Sven Barth via fpc-devel wrote:
Martok <list...@martoks-place.de <mailto:list...@martoks-place.de>> schrieb am Do., 5. Apr. 2018, 16:29:

    > From this rule, it follows that every variable must be
    explicitly initialized [...]
    > Be it with an assignment or an 'var a: type = someonstant;'.
    ... for which the syntactic sugar was rejected not two weeks ago.

Did we read the same thread?

"var a: type = x" is already supported for both global and local variables and Florian agreed that there is no reason to restrict that only to a single variable (but only with the same value for each). Okay, Jonas disagreed, but personally am in favor of allowing that as well.

Good to know your opinion.

From what I read the position of rejecting the idea was much stronger than the support.

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