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reply Andrej Mitrovic <none none.none> writes:
I've accidentally found this openrj.d module while reading phobos. The thing
doesn't even compile, importing it fails. But it has no unittests so it's been
dragged along in all recent DMD releases without anyone noticing.

Line 9 in openrj.d: Updated 10th March 2005
File modification date: September 03, 2009

I personally don't need it but I don't know if anyone else might need open-RJ
support? Does this really belong in Phobos anyway?
Dec 28 2010
parent reply Sean Kelly <sean invisibleduck.org> writes:
Andrej Mitrovic Wrote:

 I've accidentally found this openrj.d module while reading phobos. The thing
doesn't even compile, importing it fails. But it has no unittests so it's been
dragged along in all recent DMD releases without anyone noticing.
 
 Line 9 in openrj.d: Updated 10th March 2005
 File modification date: September 03, 2009
 
 I personally don't need it but I don't know if anyone else might need open-RJ
support? Does this really belong in Phobos anyway?

It should have been removed ages ago.
Dec 28 2010
parent reply Sean Kelly <sean invisibleduck.org> writes:
Sean Kelly Wrote:

 Andrej Mitrovic Wrote:
 
 I've accidentally found this openrj.d module while reading phobos. The thing
doesn't even compile, importing it fails. But it has no unittests so it's been
dragged along in all recent DMD releases without anyone noticing.
 
 Line 9 in openrj.d: Updated 10th March 2005
 File modification date: September 03, 2009
 
 I personally don't need it but I don't know if anyone else might need open-RJ
support? Does this really belong in Phobos anyway?

It should have been removed ages ago.

I'm getting rid of it now.
Dec 28 2010
parent Haruki Shigemori <rayerd.wiz gmail.com> writes:
(2010/12/29 12:55), Sean Kelly wrote:
 Sean Kelly Wrote:
 
 Andrej Mitrovic Wrote:

 I've accidentally found this openrj.d module while reading phobos. The thing
doesn't even compile, importing it fails. But it has no unittests so it's been
dragged along in all recent DMD releases without anyone noticing.

 Line 9 in openrj.d: Updated 10th March 2005
 File modification date: September 03, 2009

 I personally don't need it but I don't know if anyone else might need open-RJ
support? Does this really belong in Phobos anyway?

It should have been removed ages ago.

I'm getting rid of it now.

Good job! Similarly, std.bind is already unnecessary module, because D has closure. I am waiting std.bind is removed, or an other useful bind module is added.
Dec 28 2010