[swift-evolution] [Pitch] merge types and protocols back together with type<Type, Protocol, ...>
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Fri May 13 12:08:57 CDT 2016
Btw, if we'd have separate class<> and struct<> - we'd be able to have
method to separate reference type from value type.
We can write now : print(c is protocol<>)
and we'd can:
print(c is class<>)
print(c is struct<>)
On 13.05.2016 20:04, Vladimir.S wrote:
> On 13.05.2016 19:38, Adrian Zubarev via swift-evolution wrote:
>> Why would you want to add all of these different formats where only one
>> could serve them all. This is redundant in my opinion.
>> `struct<>` and `enum<>` would have same rules, only the first element would
>> be a different value-type. I might consider this as an alternative.
> Actually, I fully support your idea and strongly +1 for `type<>` keyword. I
> don't believe it will confuse anyone as protocol<> does not confuse currently.
> But as I can see, the community(or core team) is strongly against of using
> `type` keyword.
> So, we have situation : protocol<> and .. all<> ? Will all<> include
> protocols also? Probably I'd support to remove protocol<> and introduce
> just all<> for all :-) But if we have protocol<> and can't have type<> - I
> asked why we can't for clarity and consistency have class<> struct<>
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