[swift-evolution] Proposal: change infix operator attributes syntax to be more consistent with the rest of the language
kevin at klundberg.com
Sun Mar 6 13:50:50 CST 2016
> An improvement, but still seems strange to me to use the curly braces with argument-like syntax here. I don’t think there’s another instance of a syntax like this in Swift.
Absolutely, I feel the same way. Using parentheses does feel more
natural in this case.
> I’d be leaning more towards something like:
> infix operator <> (associativity: left, precedence: 100)
> operator <> (infix, associativity: left, precedence: 100)
> or even:
> #operator <> (infix, associativity: left, precedence: 100)
> to save up the “operator” keyword
I prefer the first option myself (my justification is in another reply
in this thread). Since operator is already a claimed keyword, I wonder
if there's any pressing need to relinquish it.
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