impl<T> Clone for T where T: Copy

Sorry i can’t remember, but what stopped us from having the definition as libcore?

    impl<T> Clone for T where T: Copy {
        fn clone(&self) -> T {

EDIT: And remove Copy's supertrait Clone, of course!

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Take something like Option<T> which conditionally implements Copy – if that implies Clone, then how can it implement Clone apart from that?

Why does it need to? When it implements Copy, it will automatically implement Clone given the impl in the OP, doesn’t it?

Oh the impls overlapped (although their effect will be the same), yes i see what you mean.

This is the kind of thing we want to do if we could get specialization to a place we could stabilize it.

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