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I wonder why the number of LineNumber entries has actually decreased.

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q?

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    branch quasis actually have to be ast classes, not branches
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Does this need a typetag now?

xeno-by commented on pull request lampepfl/dotty#475
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Also, why not do this for RootClass?

xeno-by commented on pull request lampepfl/dotty#475
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Should this normalization also affect modules?

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Sure. You could say val content: ... = ${new String(input.content)}.toArray.

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Then you'll say implicit def liftBool2T[T: Liftable] = ...

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:D

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It would be nice if we could inject toks into the scala.meta package object, but for now we'll have to live like this.

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It's a bit of a stretch to use Parse[T] here. I'd suggest to simply write down the code for quasiquote boilerplate manually instead of using @quasi…

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Let's use Vector[Token] to be consistent. I wish back then I introduced a dedicated type Tokens just for this purpose.

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In principle, you could reify an array of characters as a string. The footprint will be much slimmer.

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Can these 5 implicits be deduplicated?

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