digitalmars.D - Struct initializers: Rationale for limitations
- dsimcha (7/7) Jul 28 2011 According to the spec for static initialization of structs:
According to the spec for static initialization of structs: The static initializer syntax can also be used to initialize non-static variables, provided that the member names are not given. The initializer need not be evaluatable at compile time. What's the rationale for requiring that member names are not given? This seems like an incredibly useful feature that's being omitted for no apparent reason.
Jul 28 2011