Plain If for Nemerle
Luckily, this is easily fixable in library, without hacking the compiler, thanks to Nemerle's awesomely powerful macro system. This library provides exactly that: The "if" statement's "else" block is now optional! No need for "when"!
If you're already using Nemerle macros, you can simply copy-paste the macro in plainIf.n into your own macro module.
Or, just grab this project, run
build.bat to compile it, and reference the resulting
plainIf.dll when using nemerle:
ncc -r plainIf.dll [...all your other args...]
See the included test.n for example usage (as if you don't know how to write a basic if statement without an else, silly coder).
This project is provided free and libre for all to use for any purpose. Public Domain is country-specific, frequently non-existent and therefore useless, so this is WTFPL, the next best thing.