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reply Don <nospam nospam.com> writes:
To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the 
compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it 
easier to search for them.
These bugs have high priority.

Also note that all new bugs should have version marked as "D1", "D2" or 
"D1&D2", depending on where the bug has been observed. The long list of 
specific compiler versions should be ignored, it has always been 
completely useless.
Sep 01 2010
parent reply user <admin net.net> writes:
 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them.  These bugs have high priority.

 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them.  These bugs have high priority.

Thats ridiclous. The only purpose for prioriting these bugs is- you fail at compiler construction. The language is so full of shit.. why not be more honest? you had over 10 years of time to develop basic foundations but its still a amateurish attempt at language design. Tell me about another language which is so much work in progress after 10 years of development. They are all so stable. If I want I can build a 'E' language and fix all your legacy bugs. D is nowhere near perfection. The bug #1 in your bugzilla was 'just give up already'. Someone marked it wontfix.
Sep 01 2010
next sibling parent dsimcha <dsimcha yahoo.com> writes:
== Quote from user (admin net.net)'s article
 Tell me about another language which is so much work in progress after 10 years

Python circa 2001? Lisp circa 1968? C++ circa 1993? C circa 1982? You're a funny, funny guy.
Sep 01 2010
prev sibling next sibling parent reply "Yao G." <yao.gomez spam.gmail.com> writes:
On Wed, 01 Sep 2010 10:49:46 -0500, user <admin net.net> wrote:

 Thats ridiclous. The only purpose for prioriting these bugs is- you fail  
 at compiler construction. The language is so full of shit.. why not be  
 more honest? you had over 10 years of time to develop basic foundations  
 but its still a amateurish attempt at language design. Tell me about  
 another language which is so much work in progress after 10 years of  
 development. They are all so stable. If I want I can build a 'E'  
 language and fix all your legacy bugs. D is nowhere near perfection. The  
 bug #1 in your bugzilla was 'just give up already'. Someone marked it  
 wontfix.

Why, hello there retard! -- Yao G.
Sep 01 2010
parent Andrei Alexandrescu <SeeWebsiteForEmail erdani.org> writes:
On 9/1/10 11:12 CDT, Yao G. wrote:
 On Wed, 01 Sep 2010 10:49:46 -0500, user <admin net.net> wrote:

 Thats ridiclous. The only purpose for prioriting these bugs is- you
 fail at compiler construction. The language is so full of shit.. why
 not be more honest? you had over 10 years of time to develop basic
 foundations but its still a amateurish attempt at language design.
 Tell me about another language which is so much work in progress after
 10 years of development. They are all so stable. If I want I can build
 a 'E' language and fix all your legacy bugs. D is nowhere near
 perfection. The bug #1 in your bugzilla was 'just give up already'.
 Someone marked it wontfix.

Why, hello there retard!

"retard" has recently made admirable efforts to write good, informative posts. Let's respond to that in kind. Thanks. Andrei
Sep 01 2010
prev sibling next sibling parent Gareth Charnock <gareth.charnock gmail.com> writes:
On 01/09/10 16:49, user wrote:
 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them.  These bugs have high priority.

 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them.  These bugs have high priority.

Thats ridiclous. The only purpose for prioriting these bugs is- you fail at compiler construction. The language is so full of shit.. why not be more honest? you had over 10 years of time to develop basic foundations but its still a amateurish attempt at language design. Tell me about another language which is so much work in progress after 10 years of development. They are all so stable. If I want I can build a 'E' language and fix all your legacy bugs. D is nowhere near perfection. The bug #1 in your bugzilla was 'just give up already'. Someone marked it wontfix.

Sep 01 2010
prev sibling next sibling parent reply Stanislav Blinov <stanislav.blinov gmail.com> writes:
user wrote:
 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them.  These bugs have high priority.

 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them.  These bugs have high priority.

Thats ridiclous. The only purpose for prioriting these bugs is- you fail at compiler construction. The language is so full of shit.. why not be more honest? you had over 10 years of time to develop basic foundations but its still a amateurish attempt at language design. Tell me about another language which is so much work in progress after 10 years of development. They are all so stable. If I want I can build a 'E' language and fix all your legacy bugs. D is nowhere near perfection. The bug #1 in your bugzilla was 'just give up already'. Someone marked it wontfix.

Is it just me, or spam bots suddenly became incredibly clever?
Sep 01 2010
parent reply Daniel Gibson <metalcaedes gmail.com> writes:
Stanislav Blinov schrieb:
 user wrote:
 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them.  These bugs have high priority.

 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them.  These bugs have high priority.

Thats ridiclous. The only purpose for prioriting these bugs is- you fail at compiler construction. The language is so full of shit.. why not be more honest? you had over 10 years of time to develop basic foundations but its still a amateurish attempt at language design. Tell me about another language which is so much work in progress after 10 years of development. They are all so stable. If I want I can build a 'E' language and fix all your legacy bugs. D is nowhere near perfection. The bug #1 in your bugzilla was 'just give up already'. Someone marked it wontfix.

Is it just me, or spam bots suddenly became incredibly clever?

You call that clever? O_o
Sep 01 2010
parent reply Stanislav Blinov <stanislav.blinov gmail.com> writes:
 Is it just me, or spam bots suddenly became incredibly clever?

You call that clever? O_o

For a bot. It almost seems as there is some intelligence behind this. Well, a little too almost, maybe.
Sep 01 2010
parent Gareth Charnock <gareth.charnock gmail.com> writes:
On 01/09/10 21:50, Stanislav Blinov wrote:
 Is it just me, or spam bots suddenly became incredibly clever?

You call that clever? O_o

For a bot. It almost seems as there is some intelligence behind this. Well, a little too almost, maybe.

I checked and bug #1 isn't actually "give up already", but I'm now tempted to file that bug, just so it can get marked wontfix. There's something nice and defiant about that.
Sep 01 2010
prev sibling parent Andrej Mitrovic <andrej.mitrovich gmail.com> writes:
If they were clever they wouldn't target an audience of programmers. :)

On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 10:23 PM, Stanislav Blinov
<stanislav.blinov gmail.com> wrote:
 user wrote:
 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them. =A0These bugs have high priority.

 To everyone reporting inconsistencies between Andrei's book and the
 compiler -- please include TDPL or [tdpl] in the bug title, to make it
 easier to search for them. =A0These bugs have high priority.

Thats ridiclous. The only purpose for prioriting these bugs is- you fail at compiler construction. The language is so full of shit.. why not be m=


 honest? you had over 10 years of time to develop basic foundations but i=


 still a amateurish attempt at language design. Tell me about another
 language which is so much work in progress after 10 years of development=


 They are all so stable. If I want I can build a 'E' language and fix all
 your legacy bugs. D is nowhere near perfection. The bug #1 in your bugzi=


 was 'just give up already'. Someone marked it wontfix.

Is it just me, or spam bots suddenly became incredibly clever?

Sep 01 2010