Destruct patterns: Support -> and <- (at least) for pure Coq equalities, and maybe injection patterns
In lambdaRust, we sometimes write something like
iDestruct "H" as "[? EQ]"; iDestruct "EQ" as %->. It would be nice if we could write
iDestruct "H" as "[? ->]".
As a bonus: We also even more often write
iDestruct "H" as "[? EQ]"; iDestruct "EQ" as %[= ->], i.e., there is an additional injection applied. Any way we could also get that in the proof mode? Maybe even using the "injective" typeclass so that it doesn't have to be the constructor of an inductive type (however, of course it'd also have to support all constructors, so it can't rely just on that typeclass).