<@U10EJRH2L> Thanks for the thorough explanation. ...
# tornadofx
@Ruckus Thanks for the thorough explanation. I think we will run across developers that don't yet know that there technically would be no difference between
for a
, and others that know and care about it from a semantic standpoint. You might also use a class from a Kotlin lib that is defined this way, so you can't change it. There are some good reasons to support it IMO, and it might help to solve confusion as to why one can't use bind with those properties. I remember I actually ran into it myself early on. For these reasons I think we should support this both here and in other places if we come across it in the future. What do you think?