[swift-evolution] [Accepted with revision] SE-0077 v2: Improved operator declarations
antonyzhilin at gmail.com
Fri Jul 8 04:32:54 CDT 2016
The syntax we ended up with is not really perfect from my point of view,
but I assume that core team knows what they are doing :P
But I still wonder if discussion on standard precedence groups is possible
before Swift 3.
It does not require any implementation: if we settle on something, we will
just need to modify Swift source where precedence groups are located.
2016-07-08 1:42 GMT+03:00 Joe Groff via swift-evolution <
swift-evolution at swift.org>:
> Proposal link:
> The second review of SE-0077, "Improved operator declarations" ran from
> June 29 ... July 4, 2016. The proposal has been **accepted** with minor
> revisions. This round of feedback focused on naming, both of the attributes
> for precedence groups and the conventions to use for naming the groups
> - The community expressed a strong preference for 'higherThan' and
> 'lowerThan' precedence relationships over the previously-proposed
> 'strongerThan' and 'weakerThan', and the core team **agrees** that these
> are better terms of art. The proposal is accepted with these terms revised.
> - The standard library team reviewed the proposed names for the standard
> precedence groups, and suggests the following minor naming revisions:
> establishing a convention of <Noun>Precedence for precedence group names.
> The core team accepts the proposal with these revised standard precedence
> Thanks Anton for shepherding this proposal through the review process!
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