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Re: a kill to a view
Sat, 2011-12-17, 16:32
I am apparently incapable of replying to the list directly.
On Sat, Dec 17, 2011 at 07:27:42AM -0800, Paul Phillips wrote:
> Hey lurkers, you think this is irrelevant to you if you don't use
> views, think again. Drink in the trait signature below and, if you
> have the courage, follow the thread of interlocking type parameters
> and bounds as far as it goes. Then try to imagine what kind of tax
> that places on changing anything in the collections. Oh, you don't
> want to change anything in the collections? Can I close all the
> tickets then?
OK, I'll bite.
For the work I'm doing I have tended to stay away from views. So I
wouldn't miss them much myself if they were demoted to some kind of
I don't know how much weight that carries, but it's what I have.