August 02
On Monday, 15 July 2019 at 19:20:27 UTC, Johannes Pfau wrote:
> I wonder how you can advertise this as a good idea: You have to manually keep declarations in sync, you have to be very careful to get the attributes right, module constructor evaluation order guarantees don't hold, no mangling (no type safety), you pollute the C namespace, no inlining, no templates.
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> This is an established workaround at best, in no way it's a good solution.

Was there an agreement that arbitrary amount of code imported in object.d doesn't impact compilation speed or such impact is unimportant?
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