There really shouldn't be much "Linux specific stuff" should there? std.os.unix is a better name, no?
-- Elias Martenson
- Don't right know about your convetions of posting. So I write it down here!
- Question is: What does std intend to express? Does everything, which is standardiesd have to be in there? Even if it is so, UN!X is not a standard, UN!X is a product with copyrights on it (Remeber the SCO attack on Linux?). So maybe the namespace should be POSIX.
- What if std tends to denote D-standard things? Then I think it should perhaps be:
- The more I think about it, the more I don't like .os.... things in std, because I would expect code which only uses std.-stuff to compile and run on any platform.
- -- Marcus Perlick