[swift-evolution] 'T != Type' in where clause

Rex Fenley rex at remind101.com
Mon Feb 27 18:34:43 CST 2017

I often find myself running into situations where I'll receive "Ambiguous
use of..." for overloaded functions or operators. In every case these
situations would be easily solved if I could specify "Generic !=
CertainType" in the where clause of one of the overloads so I can
disambiguate the cases. Could this be added to language?


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