December 06, 2003
Is it possible to support Lux-style read-only members?  Take the following Lux snippet for example:

\{ Begin Snippet \}
define global class Foo {
	new local.public int {
		Bar = 0;
	}
}
\{ End Snippet \}

With the 'local.public' attribute, the Bar member has its read-access set to public and its write-access set to private.  (Lux's local attribute works like D's private.)  Any way we could set up a member in D to be publicly readable but private writable, or do I have to pepper my structs/classes with one line property-getters?

C. Sauls
Invironz

December 06, 2003
Hmm interesting twist on properties :),

http://www.digitalmars.com/d/property.html

C
"C. Sauls" <ibisbasenji@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Is it possible to support Lux-style read-only members?  Take the following Lux snippet for example:
>
> \{ Begin Snippet \}
> define global class Foo {
> new local.public int {
> Bar = 0;
> }
> }
> \{ End Snippet \}
>
> With the 'local.public' attribute, the Bar member has its read-access set to public and its write-access set to private.  (Lux's local attribute works like D's private.)  Any way we could set up a member in D to be publicly readable but private writable, or do I have to pepper my structs/classes with one line property-getters?
>
> C. Sauls
> Invironz
>


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