On 2014-11-23 01:26, Mike Parker wrote:
Some people may prefer the bindings to include more D features, but IMO
if you're going to put something out there for everyone and anyone to
use, particularly if you want to be consistent with other Derelict
bindings, it's better to avoid them.
For more D features I would add a thin layer on top of the raw bindings.
Like creating wrappers for functions accepting C strings and have them
accept D strings instead.
In this particular case I would probably have created the enum as one
would do in D and the alias the enum members to make them accessible at