[swift-evolution] [Review] SE-0090: Remove .self and freely allow type references in expressions
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Tue May 17 23:21:23 CDT 2016
+1. A lot of (mostly functional) languages that need to disambiguate type constructors from terms enforce this as a requirement to great effect.
2016/05/17 21:56、T.J. Usiyan via swift-evolution <swift-evolution at swift.org> のメッセージ:
> Could we reconsider rejecting the uppercase and lowercase conventions as a syntactic requirement? While I still disagree with enum cases not being UpperCamelCase, that decision narrows the 'approved' enough that the syntactic requirement would line up with guidance. It would also make teaching the conventions much easier. New students who, for whatever reason, prefer naming variables with upper camel case would have immediate and concrete feedback from the dev tools that that is non-idiomatic.
> If that is a non starter, let me try another. Was a disambiguating token preceding the type reference considered?
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