|Posted by Rob Grainger|
in reply to wonder
Posted in reply to wonder
I'm a newbie too, so feel free to correct me if I'm off track...
My guess is that D is a compiled and linked language, more akin to C or C++
Java in the development cycle, class loading is just a bit too much to ask.
its still possible to create a dynamic library (shared library) and use that
I'd guess - at
least on Windows (don't know how such things work on Linux/UNIX).
One thing I definitely would like to see would be a library version of the
would be nicer for such tasks than having to spawn a new process. That's a
want for me with such things - and I've always liked the approach of Java
environments for this.
As far as Reflection is concerned, all I know is that Object supports a
this returns an instance of ClassInfo, but there is no documentation yet -
just the contents
<email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> Hi there,
> I am a newbie here, but really like D (at least theoretically from specs).
> So my
> question is probably very simple and was discussed here for sure (but I
> like to sweep the whole board).
> How D supports reflection and dynamic class loading, member listing..
> (I just read the language comparison again)
> Is it correct that there is no support for it? at least not a convenient one?
> Thanks - wish great D-future