Reed Copsey, Jr.

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    6 comments  ·  F# Language  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Reed Copsey, Jr. commented  · 

    Binding a disposable with let is a common requirement if you're authoring libraries.

    I find the current warning _very_ valuable. If you never use "new", the warning effectively tells you whenever you allocate something that's disposable, and also provides a simple way in your code to see all uses of disposable.

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    Reed Copsey, Jr. commented  · 

    I'd very much like this - and have run into this issue with WPF myself.

    My preference would to allow this via an attribute like many other features - something like:

    interface [<ImplicitInterface>] ISomeInterface with
    member __.Foo = 42

    This would align with how [<AbstractClass>] and similar are handled.

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