[swift-evolution] [pitch] Variadic Arguments should accept Arrays
david at hartbit.com
Mon Feb 27 00:13:01 CST 2017
> On 26 Feb 2017, at 19:17, Derrick Ho via swift-evolution <swift-evolution at swift.org> wrote:
> That is an interesting solution. Haravikk's solution was a breaking change so it undoubtedly had resistance.
IMHO, it's a more elegant solution to the same problem. I might be worth pursuing it despite the breaking change because it has more chance of being considered than pure syntactic sugar which the core team is not even considering before Swift 4.
> If we were to merely allow Arrays to be cast as type String... then there were be nothing to break.
> String... is technically not a real type though, so when you use it anywhere outside of a functions argument list, it will not compile.
> Maybe we can make a special case?
>> On Sun, Feb 26, 2017 at 12:25 PM Tino Heth <2th at gmx.de> wrote:
>> I suggest to take a look at the topics "Variadics as an Attribute" and "array splatting for variadic parameters" and https://github.com/Haravikk/swift-evolution/blob/a13dc03d6a8c76b25a30710d70cbadc1eb31b3cd/proposals/nnnn-variadics-as-attribute.md.
>> This is basically the other way round (arrays would accept variadic arguments), but it has the same effect — and more:
>> You get rid of the odd "…" type, and it's also possible to use this with types besides array (set, iterator….)
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