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various, various, Keyword to access the outer object from an inner class, .outer property added ( DMD 0.168), NG:digitalmars.D/42446|
2005/06/14, RodolfoBorges?, foreach over list of values specified inline, achieved by implementing array literals ( DMD 0.167), NG:digitalmars.D/25470|
2005/05/25, MichaelButscher?, Arbitrary template value parameters, DMD 0.140 added string and float paramaters, NG:digitalmars.D/24184|
2005/01/21, AndersFBjörklund, "isnot" keyword, !is added instead ( DMD 0.126), NG:digitalmars.D/14705|
2004/11/29, AndersFBjörklund, void main should return 0, DMD 0.146, NG:digitalmars.D/13127|
2004/10/15, AndersFBjörklund, "str" aliases (std.stdstr) StdTypeAliases, string added instead ( DMD 1.016), NG:digitalmars.D/11821|
2004/10/12, AndersFBjörklund, true and false should be "bool" - not bit, DMD 0.148, NG:digitalmars.D/11757|
2004/08/14, JustinCalvarese, Predefined Pragma for library linkage, DMD 0.117, NG:digitalmars.D/8792|
2004/07/18, Matthew, autotype keyword (type is deduced at compile time) Similar to auto proposal in C++ 0.x., added in DMD 0.137 (see Implicit Type Inference), NG:digitalmars.D/6429|
2004/06/13, Antti, Array Literals, implemented in DMD 0.167, NG:digitalmars.D/3859|
2004/04/25, Achilleas Margaritis, Signal and Slot as language feature, added to Phobos as part of DMD 0.173 ( NG:digitalmars.D/43529), NG:D/28640|
various, various, Default Arguments, DMD 0.92, various|
2003/11/26, Mark Brudnak, Variable Argument Lists, DMD 0.93, NG:D/19501|
2003/09/13, <n>DeadCow?</n>, Tuples,dormant, NG:D/16943|
2003/08/27, HelmutLeitner, Array Reserve, dormant, ?
2002/18/10, Patrick Down, Mixins, DMD 0.89 ( DigitalMars:d/mixin.html), NG:D/9093|
If you want to include a lot of discussion about one of these features, you should create a subpage in the wiki (such as what I did with default arguments and variant argument list). -- JustinCalvarese
With a separate detail page that gives people room to comment and improve on the idea too. -- BillyZelsnack
Do we want to keep track of people's opinion regarding single features? It would make it easy to see which feature request has much priority for the community. -- BenjaminHerr
I think it would be a good idea to do this. -- HelmutLeitner
Anonymous "votes" are rather dangerous, but putting the names of people would bloat the table a lot. Do we want a sub page for each feature with a discussion and votes? -- BenjaminHerr
Since D isn't a democracy (or even a representive republic), I don't know how helpful it is to have voting. Anonymous voting on a wiki sounds like trouble. Named votes on a subpage sounds reasonable, but it might be better just to post a poll topic for the feature in question in the Dsource General Forum. We could let phpBB keep the count honest. -- JustinCalvarese
But I am certain that even the all-authoritative Walter will be interested in the community's collective opinion of certain features. Perhaps it makes more sense to call it "sub-pages to discuss features, also votes" to make it sound a bit more productive.
The phpBB will probably scroll away the poll after a while, which does not appear terribly useful.
To make these official shouldn't they be reported as issues here http://d.puremagic.com/ ? (BruceAdams Aug-2007)|
Someone who was at the D conference (Aug 2007) should update this page with whatever came out of it.
This is here for archive reasons, new requests should be created as a DIP.
There is another wish list around which seems to have been updated more recently. See http://all-technology.com/eigenpolls/dwishlist/
status should be "open" or the action taken or expressed by Walter:
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