June 30, 2005
If you would like to see the concept of immutable data in D (as discussed in other threads), please simply reply to this message directly.  Please do not discuss anything in this thread.  I would like that people issue their vote by replying, hence only reply once.
In this way the votes should be very easy to count.

If you do not want to see D gain "immutable", or you think it is a waste of Walter's effort, please reply to the other "Vote: No" thread.

Walter - if I have overstepped the purpose of the newsgroup with these posts, please delete them or make a posting that people not vote.

Thanks
Brad
June 30, 2005
Brad Beveridge wrote:
> If you would like to see the concept of immutable data in D (as discussed in other threads), please simply reply to this message directly.  Please do not discuss anything in this thread.  I would like that people issue their vote by replying, hence only reply once.
> In this way the votes should be very easy to count.
> 
> If you do not want to see D gain "immutable", or you think it is a waste of Walter's effort, please reply to the other "Vote: No" thread.
> 
> Walter - if I have overstepped the purpose of the newsgroup with these posts, please delete them or make a posting that people not vote.
> 
> Thanks
> Brad
June 30, 2005
Yes.


xs0
June 30, 2005
"Brad Beveridge" <brad@somewhere.net> wrote in message news:da1bcv$1im8$1@digitaldaemon.com...

Yep.


June 30, 2005
Yes.
June 30, 2005
In article <da1bcv$1im8$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Brad Beveridge says...
>
>If you would like to see the concept of immutable data in D (as
>discussed in other threads), please simply reply to this message
>directly.  Please do not discuss anything in this thread.  I would like
>that people issue their vote by replying, hence only reply once.
>In this way the votes should be very easy to count.
>
>If you do not want to see D gain "immutable", or you think it is a waste of Walter's effort, please reply to the other "Vote: No" thread.
>
>Walter - if I have overstepped the purpose of the newsgroup with these posts, please delete them or make a posting that people not vote.
>
>Thanks
>Brad

+1

Stefan


June 30, 2005
Sometimes I'm missing const from C++...


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Tomasz Stachowiak  /+ a.k.a. h3r3tic +/
June 30, 2005
Yessireebob.

In article <da1bcv$1im8$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Brad Beveridge says...
>
>If you would like to see the concept of immutable data in D (as
>discussed in other threads), please simply reply to this message
>directly.  Please do not discuss anything in this thread.  I would like
>that people issue their vote by replying, hence only reply once.
>In this way the votes should be very easy to count.
>
>If you do not want to see D gain "immutable", or you think it is a waste of Walter's effort, please reply to the other "Vote: No" thread.
>
>Walter - if I have overstepped the purpose of the newsgroup with these posts, please delete them or make a posting that people not vote.
>
>Thanks
>Brad


June 30, 2005
Y - E - S
-- 
Thanks,
Trevor Parscal
www.trevorparscal.com
trevorparscal@hotmail.com
June 30, 2005
Sure.


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