On Fri, 9 Jul 2021 at 21:51, Nevin Liber via Std-Proposals
> That same argument applies to comparing two nullptr_t objects, and yet we can equality compare them.
Alright. So nullptr_it has equality, but no ordering, and this
proposal gives it ordering. It's a funny ordering tho,
since the ordering just tells us that all nullptr_t objects are equal.
I'm not sure I see the use of that. Same goes
for ordering nullopt objects.
That, and practical uses would be useful improvements to the rationale
of the proposal. I have no particular
predictions of how it'll fare otherwise or with the improved
rationale, to me it thus far seems like a harmless but
also useless change, so I'm relatively ambivalent about it, although
given that, I have a slight bias
towards "why bother?" The rationale improvements could change that
take. How the rest of the committee
see it, I can't tell, and guessing would be fairly futile.
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