September 18
Quote from <https://dlang.org/blog/2019/10/15/my-vision-of-ds-future/>:

```
Second to none reflection.

Instead of disparate ways of getting things done with fragmented APIs (__traits, std.traits, custom code), I’d like for there to be a library that centralizes all reflection needs with a great API. I’m currently working on it.
```

I believe <https://code.dlang.org/packages/mirror> is the work he is referring to. Looking at the code, it seems something that should a whole host of new coding patterns.

The DUB score of the package is 2.2, so I quess Atila is not the only one using it. I'd like to hear experiences of anybody who is using the package. How do you use it and is it good for that?
September 18
On Friday, 18 September 2020 at 15:09:54 UTC, Dukc wrote:
> Quote from <https://dlang.org/blog/2019/10/15/my-vision-of-ds-future/>:
>
> ```
> Second to none reflection.
>
> Instead of disparate ways of getting things done with fragmented APIs (__traits, std.traits, custom code), I’d like for there to be a library that centralizes all reflection needs with a great API. I’m currently working on it.
> ```
>
> I believe <https://code.dlang.org/packages/mirror> is the work he is referring to. Looking at the code, it seems something that should a whole host of new coding patterns.
>
> The DUB score of the package is 2.2, so I quess Atila is not the only one using it. I'd like to hear experiences of anybody who is using the package. How do you use it and is it good for that?

I haven't announced it yet because I don't think it's quite ready for consumption. Still a lot to figure out about the API and even functionality where CTFE is concerned. Unfortunately I haven't had time to finish it since I've been concentrating on template instantiation issues in the compiler.