[swift-evolution] SE-165: Dictionary & Set Enhancements
xiaodi.wu at gmail.com
Wed Apr 5 20:25:36 CDT 2017
This is an excellent proposal and a worthy addition. The problems addressed
are significant and these changes in general fit well with the direction of
Swift. One nit below, but otherwise I think this will be pretty great.
merge(_:mergingValues:) and friends should be more consistent with other
closure labels as revised in SE-0118. Some options:
merge(_:mergingValuesBy:) // the "by" is used consistently in similar
merge(_:combiningValuesBy:) // avoids repeating the word "merge"
merge(_:makingValueWith:) // by analogy with
merge(_:by:) // as with earlier versions of SE-0118, worth considering if
the more verbose labels "do much to enhance readability at the point of use"
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 19:45 Ben Cohen via swift-evolution <
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