> On Oct 12, 2016, at 5:25 PM, Ted F.A. van Gaalen via swift-evolution
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Xiaodi,
> thanks for you reply, yes, I am aware from most things you write here,
> and also that what I wrote about dynamic facilities is probably not unique,
> as there are so many people involved and interested etc.
> then you wrote
>> … Swift 3, but the truth is that there will never be a release based on
>> Swift 3 that additionally has dynamic facilities.
> You wanna make a bet? I see that as a challenge to work this out in detail
> much further, because I am convinced that
> these dynamic features in one form or another can be implemented successfully
> and add great value to Swift !
> I come back with it much later when there is time, capacity and interest.
I think Xiaodi was talking about an *official* Swift 3.x release. Meaning that
Swift will be at least at version 4 before any of these features might be
adopted into mainstream Swift.
- Dave Sweeris
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