So Kotlin allows comparing to objects of type Comparable using <, <=, >, and >=.
This is really nice and much better than checking the return value of the compareTo() function.
But why is there no spaceship operator <=> like in Groovy?
o1 <=> o2 // equivalent to o1.compareTo(o2)
I understand that this is a much rarer use case than using the other operators but I think it would be more consistent (and as a Groovy developer I would expect it to work ;)).